Bonnie MacBird

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Bonnie MacBird
Born San Francisco, United States
Occupation Writer, actor, theatre director, voice artist
Spouse(s) Alan Kay (1983–present)
Website http://macbird.com

Bonnie MacBird is a writer, actress, playwright, screenwriter and producer known as the original writer of the science fiction film Tron.

MacBird has spent most of her career in Hollywood as a screenwriter and producer. She worked in feature film development for Universal Studios in the 1970s, won two Emmy Awards as a producer in the 1980s, and was, for ten years, the head of a firm called Creative License/SkyBird Productions. She has a number of acting and writing credits in Los Angeles theatre.

She continues to write, direct and act in theatre in Los Angeles and is a voice actor for SkyBoat Media. She teaches screenwriting at UCLA extension.[1]

MacBird is currently primarily working as a novelist. Her first book ART IN THE BLOOD A Sherlock Holmes Adventure was published by HarperCollins in 2015, and she is at work on a second Holmes Adventure, UNQUIET SPIRITS for the same publisher.

She lectures regularly on writing, the creative process, and Sherlock Holmes.

MacBird is a native of San Francisco, California and graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in music and a master's degree in film. She is married to computer-scientist Alan Kay.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bonnie MacBird. Archived April 20, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. UCLA Extension Writers Program. Retrieved 8 August 2011.

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