These video testimonials will help prospective students understand what Script Anatomy is all about.
We’re so proud of our alumni, not just for their success as TV writers, but for their unflagging support of this community. They participate in panels and forums, some become instructors. These testimonials were made in the same spirit of community and giving back.
The first video features several alumni talking about the Script Anatomy experience. Below that is a series of individual testimonials, all freely given.
As you’ll see, every writer is different. Some speak about the tools and the syllabus (Robert Axelrod, Denise Cruz and Danielle Bauman), while others focus on a particular class or workshop (Michael Robin, Leah Pouillot and Brian Shin). Some came with experience (Stacey Miller, Jonathan Hurwtiz and Denise Cruz), while others were relatively new (Claire Nauman and Jim Gulian).
Watch their videos. Get inspired. And come join us!
Hannah Rosner is currently Staff Writer on Legacies (CW). She landed a coveted spot in the 2019 Warner Brothers Writers Workshop. She was the writer's assistant on the Netflix/Di Bonaventura show “Jupiter's Legacy”, showrun by Steven DeKnight. She was a VP for Zak Penn (The Avengers & The Incredible Hulk) and the script coordinator on Ready Player One.
Follow her on Instagram @bananasroz.
MW Wilson is currently working on Manifest on NBC and was an NBC Writers on the Verge Fellow in 2017/18. Originally from Silicon Valley, he started to pursue television writing in 2011 and has taken two courses at Script Anatomy. He is represented by Industry Entertainment.
Jeane Wong has sold a pilot to Universal Cable Productions, set another pilot up at Homegrown Pictures (of Netflix’s “Dear White People”) and has written several episodes of Arrow (CW). An LA native, she completed NBC’s Writers On The Verge, and is currently repped by Circle of Confusion.
Follow her on Twitter @jeanedevivre.
Claudia is currently a Co-Producer on Netflix International’s “Selena The Series.” Before getting staffed on “Good Trouble” in 2018, Claudia also completed NBC’s Writers on the Verge, HBO Access and the Disney ABC writers programs.
Jonathan Hurwitz is a WGA Award-nominated writer based in Los Angeles. As a writer's assistant and freelance writer on three seasons of “Andy Mack” (Disney), his Season 2 episode was nominated for a 2019 WGA Award, and his Season 3 episode featured a main character coming out using the words "I'm gay”, a first in Disney Channel history.
Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @jonathanhurwitz.
Pamela Garcia Rooney write for Selena the Netflix TV series which was created by Moisés Zamora (another Script Anatomy alum). She has completed the NBC Writers on the Verge fellowship, the National Hispanic Media Coalition's TV Scriptwriter’s Program, and her feature has made The Black List.
Stacey MIller was a finalist for Imagine Impact in 2018, and a semi-finalist for the 2017 Fox Writers Lab. Originally from Texas, she started out as an actress, and then writing plays and features, starring James Franco and Vincent D’Onofrio.
You can follow her on Instagram at @staceyleighmiller.
Robert Axelrod won the CineStory TV/Digital Fellowship and the HUMANITAS New Voices program. He was also a Finalist in the Austin Film Festival Script Competition, the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards, and the ScreenCraft Pilot Competition.
He’s represented by Skyway Entertainment.
Michael Robin has won the Cinestory Foundation Fellowship Spec Division last year, was a 2nd rounder at the Austin Film Festival, a semi finalist at The PAGE Awards, and a finalist for the HUMANITAS New Voices program.
Danielle Bauman writes for “This Is Us” (NBC). A Brooklyn native, she was a semi‐finalist for NBC's Writer's on the Verge, top ten in Final Draft's Big Break contest, and in 2018, her horror short made the Black List’s “100 Horror Films Directed by Women You Should be Watching.”
Follow her on Twitter @DanielleBauman.
Denise Cruz has sold a live-action short to Disney called The Fountain, her first movie 5 Weddings premiered at Cannes Film Festival last year and opened in 52 countries. She’s currently writing a WW2 feature that she’s also co-producing with Neil Machlis and Kim Magnusson.
Follow her on Instagram @cruzwriter and Twitter @cruzwriter.
Claire Nauman is the Writers' Assistant for "Bunk'd" (Disney). An MIT biologist, she spent five years in biotech, before moving to LA to become a writer. She worked her way into the writers’ room by starting as an assistant at a production company.
Follow her on Facebook at Claire Nauman.
Originally from Minnesota, Katherine started out as a Unit Production Manager’s assistant. Most recently she was a Writer’s Assistant on The Purge Season 2. A fan of drama, she was a semifinalist in the Austin Film Festival web series contest & second rounder in the drama teleplay contest.
Follow her on Instagram @Langenkat