September 15, 1960 |
Saratoga, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Writer, director, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Cynthia Cleese (1995–present)|
Ed Solomon (born September 15, 1960) is an American writer, producer and director. After graduating from Saratoga High School and UCLA, Solomon came to fame as one half of the writing duo that created the 1989 film Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and its sequel with Chris Matheson.
- Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (with Chris Matheson) (1989)
- The Dave Thomas Comedy Show (1990) (TV)
- Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (with Chris Matheson) (1991)
- Leaving Normal (1992) (Writer)
- Mom and Dad Save the World (with Chris Matheson) (1992)
- Super Mario Bros. (with Parker Bennett and Terry Runte) (1993)
- Men in Black (1997)
- Charlie's Angels (with John August) (1999)
- What Planet Are You From? (with Garry Shandling, Michael Leeson and Peter Tolan) (2000)
- Levity (2003) (Director/Writer)
- The In-Laws (with Andrew Fleming and Nat Mauldin) (2003) (uncredited)
- Imagine That (with Chris Matheson) (2009)
- Now You See Me (with Boaz Yakin) (2013)
- Now You See Me: The Second Act (2016)
- Venom (TBA)
- "Ed Solomon". The New York Times.
- Patten, Dominic (December 13, 2013). "Sony Sets Spider-Man Spinoffs ‘Venom,’ ‘Sinister Six’ With New "Franchise Brain Trust"". Deadline. Retrieved December 14, 2013.
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