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Fred Shahadi is an award winning Lebanese American filmmaker, playwright, television writer, and author living in Los Angeles CA. His play BOX had two successful Off Broadway runs in 2003 and 2011 and he was the head writer for three seasons for the Emmy nominated Recipe Rehab on CBS. Fred won consecutive Heck-Rabi Dramatic Awards for his plays Plastic Man and Supertrain, as well as a Parents Choice Award for his work on Recipe Rehab in 2014. Fred is also the author of the cult sci-fi novel Shoot the Moon which Mat Johnson author of Pym, Incognegro, and Loving Day, called “a brilliant fever dream of a novel--wildly creative, relentlessly funny, and wholly unique. Fred Shahadi has an utterly original literary voice that you're going to want to sit down and listen too."
College
Wayne State University
MFA in Acting
College
Temple University
BA Radio/Television and Film
Birth Date
October 26
Birth City
Philadelphia
Current City
Los Angeles
Hometown
Philadelphia
Height
5'10
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
Lebanese/Italian
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Reads.
His short film Two Out-of-Work Actors won 2020 Best Comedy Short for the LA Sun Film Fest.
His short film Two Out-of-Work Actors was chosen as a semi-finalist for the 2020 Cyrus International Film Festival of Toronto and the 2020 DUMBO film festival.
His short film Two Out-of-Work Actors was chosen as a semi-finalist for the 2020 Burbank International Film Festival.
His short film Two Out-of-Work Actors was chosen as an official selection for the, Venice Shorts (California), Venice Film Awards (Italy) and the 2020 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival.
His play BOX was produced twice Off Broadway.
His novel cult sci-fi conspiracy novel Shoot the Moon published in 2017 is best described as Apollo 13 meets Oliver Stone's JFK.
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