Born: Dallas, Texas / Resides: Los Angeles, California.
Christopher’s foray into freelance writing began in 1977 as a ghostwriter for all-time NFL great, Ralph Neely. In 1979, he relocated to Los Angeles where he worked for The Office of Charles and Ray Eames while also contributing comedic skits for live theatre. Christopher attended Art Center School of Design in 1982 then formed Studio 66 Productions so he could write, produce, direct and edit comedic interstitial material and industrial promos for companies like Marineland and PacBell. During this time he wrote and produced the first ever “Please, No Talking” trailer, which was sold directly to theaters. Christopher has worked consistently on a variety of freelance writing project including ghostwriting books and writing video scripts for industrial, educational, and commercial assignments. Christopher has written 10 original feature film screenplays.
Name: Christopher Dill
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Screenwriter and Other