July 5, 2011
Terry Curtis Fox
Terry Curtis Fox is a playwright and screenwriter. Mr. Fox's television career includes writing for HILL STREET BLUES, THE MARSHAL, DIAGNOSIS MURDER, SWEET JUSTICE, and the Showtime series THE HUNGER, for which he served as co-show runner. His most recent feature, A VERY SIMPLE CRIME (in collaboration with Nicholas Kazan) is to be directed by Barbet Schroeder. He is the co-author of the Miramax feature, FORTRESS and the HBO movie, PERFECT WITNESS. His plays include “COPS”, “JUSTICE”, and “THE PORNOGRAPHER'S DAUGHTER”. For many years he was a journalist; his criticism appeared in the Chicago READER, the VILLAGE VOICE, and FILM COMMENT. He is currently an Associate Professor of screenwriting at Western Carolina University and has served as visiting faculty for the past three summers in the Tisch School’s Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU. For nine years, Mr. Fox was on the Board of the WGA, West. Now that he is back in Brooklyn, he is a member of WGAE.