John T. Maye

John T. Maye

Actor, Comedian and Screenwriter

Boston, Massachusetts

Member Since:
March 2015
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About John

“This is without question one of the better scripts I’ve read in recent days. There’s a great, well thought out story at its heart, one that pops both emotionally and conceptually. . . . I would have liked a little more mythology on the vampires themselves.” On Night Work, Top 20% Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting 2016

"Qball was a great character, both righteous and active. The script was a bit too dark to fit the type of world we’re creating. I think it could be great." - On Once Upon A Time In A High School, Twin Padres Entertainment

"I love wrestling and wrestling related stories. This looks fantastic and I’m sure is a great script." On Pick Your Battles, Brandon Drea at UTA

Right out of film school I shot a cable comedy pilot called The Bo-Bo & Skippy Show that garnered major interest and was mentored by Larry Charles. I write indie dramas, commercial TV pilots mostly sitcoms, and my personal favorite niche is horror comedy. I make the scary frighteningly raw and sprinkle the tension with some great jokes.

I have projects currently moving through agencies like Circle of Confusion, Twin Padres Entertainment, Ghost House Pictures, and Paramount.

Mini bio: "....been a screenwriter, actor, comedian (has appeared in clubs such as World Famous Comedy Store, Laugh Factory), and podcast host with accolades as a finalist for multiple years in the Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, a semi-finalist in the Austin Film Festival, and "Night Work" marks him as a finalist in the Screencraft 2014 Horror Awards."

Loglines

  • Night Work

    Night Work Budget: $1M - $5M | Horror We've all had problems with a new job. Usually, they don't involve murder. When demons  eat someone they order up a cleaning crew to cover it up.   Over time, Broadway, our anti-hero begins to piece together the details of his  brother's murder and discovers his demonic employers may be to blame. 

Credits

Awards

  • Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting - Nominated
    (2016)

  • Screencraft Horror Awards
    (2014)

  • Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting - Nominated
    (2009)

  • Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting - Nominated
    (2007)

  • Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting - Nominated
    (2006)

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