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Rick started his writing career as a novelist, but after writing his first screenplay he was hooked. Not one to stick to one genre, Rick may be working on anything ranging from comedy to romance to horror. This self described story teller simply wants to entertain you with his tales.
At home both on a set and off, B.R. Stanley has produced several short films, including the award-winning “In the Shadows.” Stanley’s film and TV scripts have garnered the attention of such major players as NBC, TriStar Columbia, Jon Peters, ION Network and Paramount Pictures. With a love of fast cars and things that go “boom,” Stanley’s projects can best be described as “character-driven action.” Other genres include dramedy, mystery and sci-fi.
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At the young age of three, Libby decided to work for Kermit the Frog, her original comic inspiration. She clinched her destiny as a writer when she produced Reapers’ Digest magazine in 7th grade. She is strictly dedicated to three important things: creating comic works, gathering experiences, and having fun. Many consider her clever; everyone agrees she’s dorky and prone to making jokes based on obscure references.
Libby studied writing at The Second City Chicago, film/TV producing at NYU, and long-form Improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade LA. She is a contributor to live shows at i.O. West and The Second City Hollywood and produces Internet content for channels: Albatrossity, and her alias, Sneaky Varmint.
Libby is currently doing press and heading into production on Mafia Heaven (a dark comedy pilot co-written with David S. Zucker), whilst developing her personal animated pilot, Unemployed Ninja. How ever busy, Libby still finds time to practice Improv weekly at The Second City Hollywood because, “it informs her writing and is just like recess!”
Greg started writing his first screenplay at age 10—it was the first thing he wanted to do when he grew up. After a detour—a very successful career in research and teaching—he decided to pursue his true passion. His screenplay “Kill or Let Die” is a highly suspenseful thriller about the real James Bond. His film “Provocation”, a drama that he wrote, directed and acted in, is being screened at a number of film festivals. He’s currently writing a zany comedy about peace in the Middle East.