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Roger S.H. Schulman has been a working screenwriter for the past 30 years. He cowrote the animated feature Shrek, for which he won the British Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and was nominated for an Oscar® for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay). He previously cowrote the animated feature Balto for executive producer Steven Spielberg, as well wrote the direct-to-video projects Mulan II and The Jungle Book 2 for Disney. Roger has also worked extensively as a producer and writer for television. He co-created the Disney Channel series JONAS and was executive producer of 2gether for MTV and Living Single with Queen Latifah. He's currently cowriting a pilot for HBO with Tom Hanks.
Roger teaches feature and television writing at the University of Southern California. He started out as a science and technology journalist for such noted outlets as Newsweek and Businessweek. He's long nurtured a love of all things tech. When he's not writing, Roger sings in the Angel City Chorale and records introductions for a popular podcast about the Golden Age of radio.