D. B. Gilles
D.B Gilles is an American playwright, author, and educator. His plays have been produced in New York, regionally, and internationally. Four of his plays are published by Dramatists Play Service: Men's Singles, The Girl Who Loved The Beatles, The Legendary Stardust Boys and Cash Flow. His most popular play, Men's Singles, has been produced throughout the world. In addition to being a playwright, Gilles is the author of one of the most popular screenwriting books The Screenwriter Within: How To Turn the Movie in Your Head into a Salable Screenplay and co-author of the George W. Bush parody W. The First 100 Days: A White House Journal His film work include the screen version of his play Men's Single, "Burn Rate", "Thinly Disguised" , and the screen adaptation of Spinning Into Butter. He has written pilots for CBS and wrote for "Herman's Head" and "Barclay's Beat" for FOX. He has also been published in The New York Times.
Currently, Gilles teaches screenwriting and writing for television in the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at New York University's Tish School of the Arts.