Peter Rader recently published his first book, "Mike Wallace: A Life." He previously worked as a film and television writer/director in Hollywood for some twenty years. Rader's first script, "Waterworld," was produced in 1995 by Universal. He developed numerous projects for other studios, including a remake of "Escape to Witch Mountain," which Rader wrote and directed for ABC/Disney.
Rader attended Harvard University, where he graduated magna cum laude. He has taught writing workshops and is accomplished in a broad range of fields, including music and photography. Rader has directed episodes of the hit nonfiction TV series, "The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Milan" and also worked as a cinematographer on a number of award-winning documentary projects. Currently, he is producing a documentary about Yogananda, the Hindu mystic who brought yoga to the West.