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Douglas Glenn Clark

Douglas Glenn Clark

Author with Guitar Press
Playwright and Screenwriter

New York City, New York

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September 2014
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About Douglas

WHAT I DO:

Create TV, Film and Stage content. I also consult and collaborate with performers and screenwriters shaping material for video, daytime TV, film and stage projects.

NEW MOVE: Late 2016 brought me to New York City. I am a member of Writers Guild of America, and contribute to an entertainment/professional group led by Jim Arnoff of The Arnoff Company. The gatherings inspire more productivity, networking and its opposite——self-reliance.

I also moonlight as a ghostwriter for entrepreneurs and entertainment-minded clients. I am also a publishing consultant. My fiction and poetry (soon) mingle in my production schedule with new TV and FILM projects. Making stuff excites me.

NEW PROJECTS: 1 one-hour TV pilot, 1 half-hour TV pilot and feature film screenplay.

THE PAST: My plays have been performed in New York, California, Michigan, Connecticut and Massachusetts——arts councils from the latter 3 states have awarded me playwriting grants.

As an actor I performed off-Broadway in new plays by Steve Tesich, Robert Anderson and Stephen Metcalfe. Also performed in regional theaters, such as Actors Theatre of Louisville, and I toured with John Houseman's The Acting Company.

Directed the inaugural productions of my plays, A Blue Note Memory of Harvey and Ricky, Commencement Swim, and Verging on the Mona Lisa.

My plays have been produced in NYC as well as regionally, Including the Old Globe Theatre.

Graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, where I studied with Sanford Meisner, William Alderson, and William Esper.

Unique traits: TV, Film, fiction and nonfiction. Ghostwriter. Publishing consultant. Songwriter.

Videos

Loglines

  • Doc Shop

    Doc Shop Drama Dr. Javier Tamayo is idealistic — and practical. To pay down his student debt he reluctantly accepts an offer to join a new, elite concierge medical office for the wealthy. Then he discovers a former med school friend practicing illegally — yet helping the poor — and he is torn: report the fake doc or join him?

  • Mommy Nearest

    Mommy Nearest Drama Years after a woman from a prestigious conservative family gives up her out-of-wedlock child for adoption she discovers she can’t conceive. Desperate, she offers big money to the jobless adoptive parents for access to her only child’s fleeting youth. But the girl, 17, has her own agenda, one that she hopes will reveal which of her two mothers has her best interests at heart.  

Credits

  • The Memory Songbook

    The Memory Songbook
    Print by Author with Guitar press author

  • Doc Shop

    Doc Shop
    Television by now available for production writer & creator

  • ConseXuence

    ConseXuence
    Television by Drama House Productions screenwriter

  • The City and Shane MacGowen

    The City and Shane MacGowen
    by NBC co-creator

  • 1944

    1944
    by ABC co-writer/creator

  • Summer

    Summer
    by NBC co-creator

  • The Lake That Stole Children

    The Lake That Stole Children
    Print by Author with Guitar press author

  • The Cancer Assassin

    The Cancer Assassin
    Print by Author with Guitar press author

Awards

  • Writing grant from Michigan Council for the Arts

  • Writing grant from Connecticut Arts Council

  • 3 writing grants from Massachusetts Arts Council

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