Steve Faber

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Steve Faber is a screenwriter best known for his work in the movie Wedding Crashers. Faber is writing and executive producing a film for writer/director James L. Brooks, as well as adapting the screen version of journalist A. J. Liebling's Telephone Booth Indians. Faber is currently[when?] prepping a short film he will write and direct called What's in a Name?. He is also working on an original screenplay entitled The Way We Do. In August 2013, New Line released the Faber-scripted film We're the Millers, with Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. Faber also writes poetry and illustrates said poems. Two of Faber's works will be exhibited in Antwerp, Belgium June 1-7. Faber has a satiric column on The Huffington Post called "Washingwood." Faber currently resides in Los Angeles.

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