When I was discharged from the US Navy, I was armed with good computer skills and purchased my first home computer. At that time it was rare for any actor or writer to own a computer. Once word got out, playwrights and screenwriters I knew began to ask me to put their works on disk and, during that process, I’d often find mistakes in their text or story. Eventually I began working for some as a script doctor, then co-writer and finally a screenwriter. Below is a listing of my writing history.
The Lambs 2007, Lewis Hardee and Marc Baron, compilers. Cushing-Malloy, Ann Arbor MI
The Lambs’ Script 1997-Current, co-Editor, Seaway Printing, Southport NC. Official periodical of The Lambs., Inc, the oldest professional theatrical organization in America. www.The-Lambs.org
New Method for Loading a Narrow Separation Column, Journal of Chemical Education, March 1988.
Brothers in Stone (currently writing) An illustrated biography of the Viennese born sculptors Josef Josephu, and Florian Josephu. Brothers and rivals. Their careers began during the time of Gustav Klimt, and the people they knew reflect a rich history of the art and times of early 20th Century Vienna.
Winner Takes All w/ Joe Cirillo and Ralph Ciardulli. Genre: Suspense/Slasher. A group of college students are being killed off during a survivalist/paintball game.
MegaBall$ Genre: Comedy. When a computer geek, determined to prove he can mathematically predict winning lotto results, uncovers his plan has been bankrolled by the Mob, he struggles to beat the odds before his number’s up. Numerous competition recognitions. In pre-production by Oroloro Entertainment.com. Recognitions: Finalist – Film Daily Screenwriting Contest (2017), Finalist Hollywood Hills Awards (2017), 2nd Place – FilmUtah Pitch Contest at Sundance (2017), Monthly Featured Script – Blue Star Script Competition (2017), Official Selection – The Monthly Film Festival (2017), Finalist – Top 10 Comedies – Worldseries of Screenwriting (2016), Semi-Finalist, ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Contest ((2015).
Love of a Lifetime Genre: Comedy/Fantasy. Based on the play written by Richard Wolf. An angel wannabe is sent on his final mission, which he believes is to help two neighboring couples of different generations fix their marital problems, only to find that he is his own mission.
Who Ya Wit? Genre: Comedy. w/ John Scott.
Don’t Call Me Cisco Genre: Western/Comedy. Set during the 1800’s Wild West along the Texas-Mexico border, this comedy of errors follows the antics of a group of would-be banditos who cross the Rio Grande, determined to be heroes in their home town by returning with stolen riches. Due to their incompetence and poor timing, they become heroes of the town they planned to rob.
Hot Properties Genre: Romantic Comedy. Based on a play written by Richard Wolf, directed by Marc Baron. A thought-to-be dead Hollywood actor returns in disguise during a film festival honoring his ex-wife. These two were a blazing couple on and off screen until his womanizing ways leads to their divorce. His reappearance once again stages her. This Hollywood satire is a tour de farce for its two leads.
Second Team (currently writing). Genre: Mob Comedy. A stand-in for a major star is mistakenly kidnapped by the Mob. Set in the behind-the-scenes of a film set, this Prince and the Pauper variation leads the main characters on a trip of self-learning.
Blue Shirts Genre: Police Drama. Inspired by real events during the 1960’s Tong Wars in New York’s’ Chinatown. A special diverse squad, assembled under the leadership of the first Chinese Americans to serve on the NYPD, is deployed to combat youth gangs. Follow the squad as they struggle in action sequences to find who the mysterious person behind the gangs.
Many of these are being developed by myself and business partner Joe Cirillo, as Oroloro Entertainment LLC.