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Vivamus blandit porta quam eu mollis. In dictum nisl tortor, sit amet interdum felis condimentum eget. Karla was raised in a log cabin on the outskirts of Washington, DC.
She and her four siblings enjoyed many a quaint log cabin pastime, like gathering around a crackling television set to watch Nicktoons marathons.
For Karla, Nick shows provided more than just entertainment — their zany characters and scenarios directly inspired her first forays into writing.
So directly, in fact, that some of her early works are word-for-word retellings of Rugrats and Hey Arnold! But it was a start.
By fifth grade, Karla began branching out into more original material. She got her first big break writing the book for the class musical, Bytes of Conflict, a high-stakes drama about a missing floppy disk.
She set about filling dozens of notebooks and floppy disks with skits, sketches, and full-length plays. Then one semester, she signed up for a playwriting course, where everything finally clicked.
The first time one of her scenes got a laugh for something that was actually supposed to be funny she was hooked.
She signed up for every writing class her school offered and set her sights on LA and writing for television. Jeff was raised out of steel in the swamps of Jersey.
From an early age Jeff fancied himself a storyteller. His parents had this other term for it, which was liar, but he considers them interchangeable.
Jeff likes to gives props to his insomnia for nurturing his love of television as he endlessly tortured his little brother with midnight viewings of Frasier and Seinfeld.
At twelve he took his first crack at writing original material, a concept he had thought up for an epic book detailing the forces of good and evil battling it out in a vast universe under the sea.
But when he sat down to write it he got two pages in and realized he had just lifted Star Wars and set it under the Atlantic Ocean.
Then, one day in the 9th grade, while watching an episode of The Sopranos that was being filmed in his neighborhood, he came to the realization that there are people who have full time jobs as television writers.
To him that sounded like the coolest career in the world, so he set out to take as many creative writing course that his school offered, which at the time turned out to be…two.
Undeterred he offset the lack of courses by trying to convince his teachers to let him take non-fiction projects and give them a little twist.
Jeff went on to attend Drew University, and despite taking writing courses in college he graduated and became a corporate lackey, doing a quick stint on Wall Street and spending late nights and weekends working on his writing craft, something that kept him sane.
So, like many other fearless, aspiring television writers before him, Jeff chose the most expensive back up plan in the world and went to law school.
After getting some much needed advice from working television writers — who were alumni of his high school — Jeff decided that the best way to see where he stood in the pantheon of television scribes was to submit to the Nickelodeon Writing Program.
After writing a script on some highly questionable material, Jeff played the waiting game for months, finally seeing that area code come up on his phone.
A few cross country flights and eleven some odd interviews later, Jeff is a writer in the Nickelodeon Writing Program!
Jeff would like to thank his family for being ultra-supportive of his career choice and give a special shout out to his friends and better half back in the Jerz!
This short biography will attempt to make Sheela Shrinivas seem as interesting as possible, drawing inspiration from such classic memoirists as Barack Obama and the guy who invented the ball pit at Chuck-E-Cheese.
Along with her older brothers, Sheela was raised in Oakville, Missouri. She was brought to the Midwest by her lovely, hysterical immigrant parents, because most parents like to bring their kids places.
Sheela absolutely crushed the Greater St. Louis elementary school spelling bee scene; sometimes during full moons, she can still hear the letters howl.
As a lonesome, mustachioed child, Sheela expressed her love of television by staging episodes of her favorite sitcoms in her bathroom. She followed that hairy whimsy with an equally rewarding career as a teacher and nonprofit worker, living in places like Madrid, New Delhi, and New York City.
So she moved to Los Angeles, where she was lucky enough to study with some of the greatest writers and showrunners in the biz aka business.
Sheela is overjoyed to be here. Her goal is to create the same memorable television for more viewers than were in her bathroom, and to add to the ever-growing list of fictional muses who have become like extended family.
Her current heroes are B. As a child growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Nora tortured her supportive family with countless plays she wrote and performed in the living room.
Classics included Cinderella: The Girl Who Loved Cheese and Beauty and the Beast: On Ice! Except the Ice is a Mattress! So, she kept on telling them.
While Nora always cast herself as the lead, outside of the living room circuit she tended to land background dancer roles.
It was a childhood of laughter and ill-fitting multi-colored unitards. Somewhere along the line, she realized she liked coming up with the stories better than acting them out, and so she decided to become a writer.
Raised on a steady diet of Simpsons episodes, Nora knew very early that television should be a big focus of her life, and so it became the focus of her stories.
While at soccer practice, she used to plot out entire episodes of Friends in her head. Admittedly, the episodes she came up with usually revolved around an year-old Catholic schoolgirl inexplicably joining the friend group.
She had a great time putting together lyrics and sketches, but her favorite stories were still happening on TV. She loved following characters week to week, through years of adventures.
Series finales broke her heart, and it was hard to say goodbye to the fake people that had become a part of her life.
Friends suggested that maybe Nora cared too much, but she thought differently. Maybe she cared just enough to actually do this for a living.
She wrote a lot, slept a little, and learned a ton from industry professionals and her fellow writers. Nora is thrilled to be part of the Nickelodeon Writing Program.
Lauren was born in New York City one minute prior to her twin brother. They spent their early years fighting over what they should watch on TV.
Luckily, they could both always agree on Nickelodeon. The twins spent many hours in their suburban living room pretending to be Reggie and Otto from Rocket Power, Cat and Dog from CatDog, Norbet and Dagett from The Angry Beavers, Ren and Stimpy from… you get the idea.
All this imaginary play paid off when Lauren started her writing career at the ripe age of thirteen. During the winter hiatus, Lauren and her friends were devastated to be deprived of their weekly dose of Lorelai and Rory, so Lauren went home and wrote her own episodes of the show.
She brought the scripts to the dining hall where very official table reads were held at lunch. Lauren was officially hooked to storytelling. She directed plays, attended Shakespeare Camps, and competed in statewide one-act playwriting contests.
Film school was such a fun and creatively empowering experience, Lauren wished it was a soap opera so that it could go on forever.
However, college came to a finale, and just like a hit TV show, it opened the door for a new, spinoff adventure.
Upon graduation, this die-hard New Yorker moved to LA to pursue television. When Nickelodeon offered her the chance to explore her dream of writing comedy for young people, she jumped at the chance.
Lauren hopes to create characters and shows that inspire young people with overactive imaginations to be themselves and tell stories too.
He was born in Shelby, North Carolina, because there is no hospital where his parents lived in Cliffside, NC Population: He would go on to live in Charlotte, Raleigh and Winston-Salem - always moving just in time for the local sports team to finally get good right as he left.
For the next few years his attention was divided equally between attempting to catch small animals, creating elaborate dioramas with his Ninja Turtle figures, and spending perfectly nice afternoons with his eyes locked on Nickelodeon programming.
To this day, most of his views about the world were directly shaped by The Adventures of Pete and Pete.
It only took him 8 years to realize he could cut a step out of that process by just writing a script himself. This is good, because his 4th-grade attempt at a novel, about three dinosaurs who arrive on earth inside a meteor - and the plucky 4th-grader who saves his town from them - would have been very difficult to adapt.
Alan chased that dream straight into the Screenwriting program at UNC School of the Arts, where he worked on over 60 student films and still managed to leave without hating movies.
In fact, he loved writing enough to pack up three days after graduation for the move to sunny Los Angeles. Here at Nickelodeon, he feels like a kid in a candy shop - no, a kid in a candy FACTORY!
Charlie was born in Los Angeles and quickly made it his life goal to take over Hollywood. Not really. But he did always love to write.
In elementary school, he was content to merely stitch together short comics about a ball with feet the only character he could consistently draw. By the fifth grade, he had over five dollars banked.
From a young age, Charlie had a very special relationship with storytelling. He was diagnosed with anxiety and panic disorders.
The paper and the pen allowed him to get out of his head. Television had the same effect. There was nothing he enjoyed more than being whisked away to an entirely different reality, populated by hilarious characters and absurd situations.
Off campus, he went out of his way to connect with mentors who taught him more about screenwriting and the behind-the-scenes world of television.
He was also on the track team -- but who cares about that. As soon as he graduated, Charlie was faced with a tough decision.
He could either move away for school or stay in Los Angeles, the hub of the entertainment industry, and commit himself to his dream. He made the gutsy call to continue on his path and in the next few years he worked doing freelance assignments like script coverage and writing descriptive blurbs for the back of DVD cases.
Both were super boring, but provided worthwhile experience maybe not the DVD thing. In addition to that, he took classes at UCLA Extension to learn more about the craft and build a portfolio of his own scripts, stories, and essays.
Now, as a writer in the Nickelodeon Writing Program, Charlie is immensely excited to tackle this new challenge and not just take a vacation in TV, but be a part of it.
He hopes that kids like him will be inspired to follow the same path he did. It could go either way, honestly.
At a young age Jeff fell captive to the entertaining world of pro-wrestling. After quickly finding out that taking beatings was nowhere near as fun as dishing them out, Kevin Kavalier reverted back to Jeff and hung up his shiny black boots.
Pursuing a career in storytelling led Jeff to Specs Howard School of Media Arts, where he hoped to learn about the inner workings of the television business.
While he learned about the technical side of the business, Jeff had no idea how to write for TV. Armed with grit, determination, and a shoddy internet connection, Jeff looked up every book, script and website he could find in order to learn how to write comedy television.
During this time, Jeff and his friend Todd created a YouTube sketch comedy group known as Reel Jokers. Reel Jokers was an unabashed hit, leading to both men retiring at the tender age of Actually, Reel Jokers currently has 55 subscribers and neither man has ever made a dime from it, but they had fun making videos.
While working these jobs, Jeff took an interest in comic books and entered a contest that required he write the origin story of a major villain.
Sad but not discouraged, Jeff would continue to write comic book stories as well as spec scripts. Finally, the call that would change his life came in August, and three thousand miles and eleven interviews later, Jeff became a member of the exclusive Nickelodeon Writing Program.
Despite that, Jeff has yet to learn the secret NWP handshake. Robert was born in South Korea and distinctly remembers crying the entire flight over to America.
That stopped immediately when he landed in Honolulu and realized everything about his new situation was awesome. Upon graduating from the high school President Obama allegedly attended, Robert was soundly rejected by the seven colleges his parents could pronounce.
He ended up at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, and further disappointed his parents by double majoring in English and Philosophy instead of pursuing employability.
Risking becoming disavowed by his parents, he spent years performing comedy nationally and internationally, and he can sadly confirm that there is no such thing as an improv groupie.
Wanting less ephemeral creativity, Robert branched out to live and video sketch comedy and found a modicum of success on YouTube racking up thirteen million views and twelve thousand subscribers who are mostly thirteen years old.
Upon being selected for the NBC Late Night Writers Workshop, Robert found himself moving to New York to strike while the iron was lukewarm.
This lasted six months until he won a slot in the Nickelodeon Writing Program and moved to California. His parents are slowly coming to terms with the fact that he will never be a doctor-lawyer.
Mia Resella is a Los Angeles based writer, artist, and proud owner of an 18 pound cat that the vet says is perfectly healthy, I swear.
As a result, she quickly became addicted to the Internet and TV, a curse that would accompany her into adult life. To find out, Mia enrolled in Film and Media Studies at U.
Santa Barbara and fell in love with screen and television writing. After her time in the beautiful, opposite-of-Texas Santa Barbara weather, Mia moved to LA to pursue her writing career.
There, she found a place where all her favorite genres collided. When she was offered the Nickelodeon Writing Program, Mia was ecstatic.
Tillery was born amongst mobile homes and tobacco farms in north-eastern North Carolina in the kind of small rural town where the high school football coach is also the mayor and the sheriff.
To escape the boredom he developed an overactive imagination, spending much of his childhood leading action figures into battle and designing elaborate pillow forts to protect them from enemies.
After abandoning his early dreams of being either a professional church acolyte or a garbage man, Tillery found a flair for the dramatic during beach vacations with his family.
Each summer he and his siblings would put on a play inspired by existing stories of varying genres. Although impressed with the poem, the girl did not share his affection, and he spent the next few years writing almost exclusively about unrequited love.
Despite his many failed attempts at impressing girls through creativity, Tillery held out hope that writers would make a sexy comeback and headed off to study literature and creative writing at UNC Chapel Hill.
He found prose to be a bit lonely so when John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky King of the Hill and Silicon Valley arrived on campus to talk about writing for television, Tillery was intrigued.
A few improv classes and half a screenplay later, he made the long trek west to Los Angeles. As the child of a musician and a sailor, Simone grew up in a family where unusual career paths were wholeheartedly supported and encouraged.
Yet when Simone announced she wanted to be a writer, they were noticeably less enthused. It was too late. Growing up in New Zealand, Simone learned everything there was to know about American culture through Saturday morning cartoons.
She lived for the Nickelodeon line-up and, upon moving to the States years later, was bitterly disappointed to discover cats and dogs could not, in fact, be born conjoined twins.
After finishing high school, the New Zealand population took a significant cut when Simone moved overseas for a gap year in the Middle East.
She spent the year enjoying many cartoonish hijinks: getting attacked by a swarm of bees in the desert, earning room and board at a chicken farm with a three-fingered boss who resembled a chicken himself, and even completing her basic training with the Israeli military.
Soon after, she moved to the U. One special day, Simone received a phone call to say she had been selected as part of the Nickelodeon Writing Program.
But she always looks both ways, kids! She is working hard to balance writing with having no social life. Disclaimer: Brits find it especially awkward to talk about themselves, even in the third person, so Joanna will deflect for now, and start where Freud would: her parents.
Joanna was brought up in North London by a Belgian economist and an American mathematician. The house was simply split in two. Her dad occupied the top floor, her mother the bottom, and Joanna lived somewhere in between.
It was a real-life experiment, trickier than any they had conducted for research, and with results far from predictable.
At age seven, Joanna became the personal confidants of professors, honing her observation skills and developing a life-long curiosity about human nature.
Some call this nosiness, and Joanna has indeed been referred to as a gossip hound on more than one occasion, but she considers this a critical tool for any good writer.
Ironically enough, Joanna found her way to scriptwriting through her own romantic and academic mishaps. When years of unrequited teenage crushes culminated in a failure to get into university, she panicked.
A guy Joanna was seeing at the time saw that she was lost and disillusioned, and he feared she was putting all her emotional eggs in one basket: him.
Bring me a play. In a month? It was cathartic to say the least. Maybe this is good, she thought, maybe it will win him back.
So Joanna did what any sane being would do in the face of defeat. She stopped caring about love and success and bought a one-way plane ticket across the world.
She ventured through Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand and hiked and kayaked her worries away. She saw every temple, museum and landmark, ate everything from crickets to deep-fried tarantula to crocodile, drank rice wine, played cards with the locals and even got her belly button pierced despite her phobia for needles.
She was trying to prove that she was invincible, that she could have as much fun as she wanted and never get attached to anyone or anything. They were put on in a tiny black box theatre and two were even taken to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where they received critical acclaim and won awards, which was very exciting.
Joanna then stumbled upon a full scholarship to study Dramatic Writing at NYU, where she fell in love with outlining and structure, and was converted into a TV and screenwriter.
She soon found out about the magnificent Nickelodeon Writing Program, which turns emerging writers into superstars.
She wrote a spec script for her favourite show, Catastrophe, and after fourteen interviews and one more script, she was amazed to hear that she had been accepted into the program.
Joanna has now moved to Los Angeles to pursue her two dreams of writing professionally and tanning her pasty British skin. As a kid growing up in Denver, Colorado, Josh was raised on a steady diet of Saturday morning cartoons and Simpsons reruns.
Josh made his debut in the entertainment industry at age eight when he was cast as Neville Longbottom in an unlicensed stage production of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at the local Jewish community center.
He would audition five times before he was finally accepted to the program as a sophomore in high school. To this day he holds the record for the most audition attempts at Denver School of the Arts which either speaks to his fortitude or his inability to take a hint.
Not long into high school, Josh learned that he had more interest in writing than performing. He wrote his first play during his junior year about Dr.
Seuss and Dr. That script was produced without the expressed written consent of the Dr. Seuss estate. In college, Josh followed his passion for writing and attended NYU as a Dramatic Writing student.
He wanted to write TV for kids. Apparently, there was this magical fellowship out there where emerging writers were paid to hone their writing skills.
Time stopped. The earth went silent. To fight off his tendency to procrastinate, Josh made a pledge with himself to write for one hour a day for 30 days straight.
On day 31, Josh decided to keep going. Being selected as a writer at Nick is a dream come true for Josh. Although her family supported read: tolerated her incessant movie-making, Little Christine had no idea that writing could be anything more than a creative pastime.
Although she had dabbled in nonfiction TV as a child with her smash hit Revealed: Football Helmet-Wearing Superheroes Tell It All, she quickly realized that journalism in DC was more about politics than storytelling.
Dismayed by her lack of interest in the subject matter and the fact that no amount of cajoling or even coffee could convince her to head to the Capitol Building with her classmates at 5 in the morning, Christine started an internship with National Geographic TV that redirected her back to writing.
The program brought Christine out to Los Angeles, where she not only got her foot in the door as an office P.
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