|Occupation||author, educator, screenwriter, consultant|
|Known for||Making a Good Script Great: A Guide for Writing & Rewriting|
Linda Seger is a screenwriting instructor and screenplay consultant, best known for contributions to films like Braindead and Universal Soldier, as well as popular seminars on screenwriting. Seger is the author of several books on the subject of screenwriting, including Making a Good Script Great: A Guide for Writing & Rewriting, Creating Unforgettable Characters: Practical Guide to Character Development in Films, TV Series, Advertisements, Novels and Short Stories and The Art of Adaptation: Turning Fact and Fiction into Film.
Seger began her script consultancy in 1981, basing it on a method she had developed for her doctoral dissertation project. Since then, she has consulted on over 2,000 scripts including over 50 produced feature films and over 35 produced television projects.