David N. Weiss
|David N. Weiss|
|Spouse(s)||Eliana (2 children)|
David N. Weiss is an American writer and labor leader. He is a screenwriter of films, including All Dogs go to Heaven, The Rugrats Movie, Shrek 2, Clockstoppers, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie and The Smurfs and has also written for television shows such as Mission Hill. He has a son named Samuel and a daughter named Hannah; his wife is named Eliana.
He travels around the world to speak about his life.
He and his family live in Los Angeles, California.
In 2005, he was elected vice-president of the Writers Guild of America, West.
In 2009, after serving two terms as vice-president, Weiss was elected secretary-treasurer of the Writers Guild of America, West.
He is sometimes credited as David Weiss.
Weiss was born Jewish, converted to Christianity, then returned to Judaism. Weiss’s first project after coming back to Judaism was the one of which he said he is most proud: the Rugrats Hanukkah special, which continues to be aired each year come December.
- ‘Shrek 2’ Writer Gets His Happy Ending, The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, Gaby Wenig, July 2, 2004.
- Jewish Impact Films
- Blue and white all over
- David N. Weiss at the Internet Movie Database
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