Jeffrey Coe

Jeffrey Coe

Screenwriter

Lombard, Illinois

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December 2016
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About Jeffrey


• Supplied topical and political one liners for Washington D.C. toastmaster service.

• Gag writer for a number of print cartoonists. Work appeared in publications such as "The Saturday Evening Post", "Playboy" and "The National Enquirer."

• Wrote comedy material for a number of stand-up comedians, the most notable being Joan Rivers, Rodney Dangerfield and Tom Dreesen.

• Authored book "Jerry Lewis: A Bio-Bibliography."

• Wrote a series of film and television critiques for literary website "Bookstore Cool."

• Contributed sketches and special material to NPR's current events series "Rewind."

• Operated "Simpsonsthing" website. Managed graphic content and wrote feature articles, humor and reviews of each "Simpsons" episode.

• Screenplay "Mac the Knife" was a finalist at the LA Comedy Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.

Author of two other screenplays "Homestead" and "Fred & Dave's Big Night"

Loglines

  • MAC THE KNIFE

    MAC THE KNIFE Budget: $10M - $30M | Comedy In the non-sequitur tradition of AIRPLANE, THE NAKED GUN and ANGIE TRIBECA, an old-school surgeon goes kicking and screaming into the new world of modern medical technology....mostly screaming.

  • HOMESTEAD

    HOMESTEAD Historical Based on true events. On the night of July 6th, 1892, the Carnegie  Company sent hundreds of Pinkerton detectives to break a strike at the Homestead Steel Works. Before that night was over, 6 people would be dead and the labor movement would be changed forever.

  • FRED AND DAVE'S BIG DAY

    FRED AND DAVE'S BIG DAY Budget: $10M - $30M | Comedy College chums Fred and Dave set aside one a day a month for an excursion. Dave has had a better life than Fred. There is much resentment.

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