About the Author
Phoef Sutton was born in Washington , DC. He attended James Madison University, where he acted in and wrote plays until they threw him out. He works in television where he has won two Emmys and a Golden Globe for the classic NBC show CHEERS and a Peabody Award for ABC’s BOSTON LEGAL. Sutton lives in South Pasadena with his wife and two daughters.
Lee Goldberg is a two-time Edgar Award nominee and the author of over thirty novels and non-fiction books, including The Walk, Watch Me Die, My Gun Has Bullets, and Unsold Television Pilots (which was adapted into hit TV specials for ABC and CBS) as well as the long-running Diagnosis Murder and Monk series of original mystery novels. As an international television consultant, he has advised networks and studios in Canada, France, Germany, Spain, China, Sweden, and the Netherlands on the creation, writing and production of episodic television series.
William Rabkin is a two-time Edgar Award nominee who writes the Psych series of novels and is the author of Writing the Pilot. He has consulted for studios in Canada, Germany, and Spain on television series production and teaches screenwriting at UCLA Extension and as an adjunct professor in UC Riverside’s low-residency masters program.