Josh Stolberg

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Josh Stolberg (born March 7, 1971) is an American film director, screenwriter, and photographer. He won the Seashore Award and the Queen Spirit Award as a director of the film The Life Coach. He also wrote and directed the 2005 film Kids in America, and made a cameo appearance as a security guard in the film. Stolberg is the screenwriter of the film Good Luck Chuck, starring Dane Cook, Jessica Alba and Dan Fogler. He also co-wrote the scripts for Man-Witch (starring Jack Black and directed by Todd Phillips), the remakes Piranha 3D (directed by Alexandre Aja) and House on Sorority Row, the adaptation of the book The Spellman Files, produced by Laura Ziskin, as well as the adaptation of the book The Candy Shop Wars. He was also a part of the writing team for the pilot episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Stolberg was born in Columbia, South Carolina. He graduated from University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television in 1996. He has been married to Leila Charles Leigh since September 15, 2001, and has two children, Asher Ronin Stolberg (credited in the film Kids in America as "Kung Fu Coordinator"), and Xander Brighton Stolberg.

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