Pitch Megan Ritchie (Sunday, September 15th 2019)

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Pitch Megan Ritchie

Megan Ritchie most recently worked in the Writers' Room of FX’s forthcoming television show "Y", based on the award-winning comic book series Y: The Last Man, by Brian K Vaughn. She has previously worked on the critically-acclaimed Starz television series, "American Gods", and with feature writer Zak Penn (Ready Player One, The Avengers, X-Men franchise).

Prior to transitioning to writing and directing, Ritchie was a Development Executive at Depth of Field, the production company of filmmakers Paul & Chris Weitz, where she helped develop and produce films including Grandma, Good Kids, A Happening of Monumental Proportions, and Columbus, as well as the Golden Globe-winning television series, "Mozart in the Jungle".

She has also worked as an Associate Company Manager for Gigi Pritzker's Madison Wells Media Live (f.k.a. Relevant Theatricals), producing Broadway musicals, including the Tony-Award winning show Million Dollar Quartet. Ritchie got her start at WME-IMG.

Megan specializes in all

genres except horror. 

 

Tips on pitching to Megan Ritchie

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