Nebraska Authors

Christine Conradt

Born 1973 Omaha, NE (USA)

Christine Conradt is a native of Lincoln, Nebraska, who writes screenplays for the Lifetime television network and others. She has written or co-written more that thirty movie scripts, many produced for television.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Los Angeles, CA

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Play/Screenplay

Keywords

Screenwriter; Television Scripts; Thrillers; Drama

Education

High School Diploma, 1992, Lincoln East High School, Lincoln, NE
University of Southern California, Cinematic Arts program
Boston University

Occupation

Screen writer
Producer
Director
Script Consultant

Places Worked

Paramount Pictures
Sony
Twentieth Century Fox

Honors

Fox Screenwriting Fellowship
Marguerite Roberts Screenwriting Award for her thesis at University of Southern California

Bibliography

The Perfect Nanny. 2000.
Walter's Black Book. 2002.
A Killer Upstairs. 2004.
A Lover's Revenge. 2005.

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