Karl Gajdusek s-a nascut la data de zi luna an in San Francisco, SUA.
Karl Gajdusek was born in San Francisco and now lives in San Diego with his wife and son. He writes plays, screenplays and television. He has taught Playwriting at San Francisco’s School of the Arts, U.C.S.D., ISOMATA, and The Playwrights’ Center. B.A. in Literature from Yale University, member of Annex Theatre in Seattle, M.F.A. in Playwriting from the University of California at San Diego. Karl’s plays include Fubar, Fair Game, Silverlake, Minneapolis, Dr.S F.S in the Terminal Ward, Big Sun Setting Fast, The Gilded Garden of Patcheww, Malibu, and Waco, Texas, Mon Amour. Screenplays include Higher, 9 Days Wonder, Widow’s Walk, Reunion, Wonderman, The Next Best Thing (not the one with Madonna), and the independent film 58, which he wrote and directed. Story Editor for the Showtime show DEAD LIKE ME. He founded the script publication service Big Sun Publication. He is the recipient of the 1991 Jacob K. Javits fellowship, 1996-97 & 1998-99 Jerome Fellowships, the 1997 McKnight Screenwriting Fellowship, and the 2000 MAG fellowship. When not writing for the theatre, Karl spends his time surfing So Cal breaks, writing movies for pro wrestlers, and lovingly changing diapers.
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