Screenwriter Dramatist Author Producer
What if you were there? Now, you are invited.
Scott Edward Smith brings you up close and personal journeys with Marilyn Monroe, James Dean,
Wallis Simpson and more of your favorite historical and screen icons in these intimate,
one person performances of fictionalized audio dramas.
Audio dramas available for free on your favorite podcast apps & IntimateFame.com
“Coaching is not therapy. Coaching is not giving you the solutions to your work. Coaching is that person in your face creating the opportunity
for you to discover your best work.”
Scott’s professional life journey, encompassing a wide spectrum of the creative field, has made him an asset to writers, actors, directors, and producers.
As a writer he has experience in theater, film, and television encompassing limited series, solo performance work, novel to screen adaptation, episodic television, and original historical dramas reimagining iconic characters of the past.
From his background in “behind the scenes” as a studio story editor, development executive, and series writer, he understands the “pitch”, relationships of creative and corporate, and navigating the studio system. Scott offers a wealth of knowledge concerning budgets, deadlines, collaborations, gun-for-hire, ghost writing, and actor showcase material.
Scott Edward Smith is available for coaching.
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Scott Edward Smith is a widely experienced writer in theater, television, and film. He is a writer with knowledge of budgets, deadlines, collaborations, gun-for-hire, actor showcase material, and transforming stories from novel, short story, and theatre to screen.
Scott began his career with production management on Broadway, national tours, and regional theater, (Chicago, Pippin, Equus, Raisin, Kenneth Branagh and David Parfitt productions of King Lear and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Phantom of the Opera, A Chorus Line, Miss Saigon, Les Miserable).
Scott came to film and television first as a Story Editor for Dino DeLaurentis (Blue Velvet, Crimes of the Heart, Manhunter, The Bedroom Window, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure). He created a niche for himself as a “ghost writer”, adapting novels into screenplays for 20th Century Fox, Universal, MGM, and Warner Bros.
Scott is co-author of the book, Reel People: Finding Ourselves in the Movies, a psychological examination of personality disorders throughout the history of film. Scott created and developed the weekly radio broadcast Backstory with Dr.G as well as the subsequent television series Dr.G: Engaging Minds.
For reasons that would require a separate website, Scott sang and danced in the longest running Las Vegas Showgirl stage show ever: Hallelujah, Hollywood! Scott did not sing and dance for the 30+ year run at the MGM Grand.
Writing saved Scott.