J. Michael Straczynski
Straczynski recently adapted his popular comic Rising Stars into a feature screenplay for MGM and Atlas Entertainment, with the film tentatively set for production later this year. He also wrote and produced Murder, She Wrote, a television movie for CBS; launched a second comics title for Top Cow, and Midnight Nation then debuted his own radio drama series, The City of Dreams, on the Sci-Fi Channel. Straczynski also took over as writer on The Amazing Spider-Man for Marvel Comics. For 2002, he has another series in development for the SciFi Channel entitled Polaris.
In 1996 and 1998, he won the coveted Hugo award for Best Dramatic Presentation, the most important award in the science fiction genre and was twice awarded the Space Frontier Foundation's Vision of the Future Award. Straczynski is also the author of the nonfiction book, The Complete Book of Scriptwriting, which has become one of Writer's Digest Books best-selling titles.
J. Michael Straczynski Facts
|Birth Name||Joseph Michael Straczynski|
|Occupation||Producer, Writer, Creator|
|Birthday||July 17, 1954 (69)|