After a Cosmopolitan magazine career, a Public Television career, and a Civic Education career, Bob Bridges was launched on a Hollywood career by a prestigious Nicholl Fellowship from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. His script Doniphan of the Americas subsequently brought him the prestigiously remunerative KASA award from and sale to Kingman (now sadly defunct) Films. Other tragically doomed projects followed. Revealed as older than 60 by the prestigious WGAW Feature Writer Access Project, Bob feels no need to hedge about his age and will perform one-armed pushups upon request.

Khuska the Humble
Khuska, a humble serf, finds himself at the hinge point of History to decide whether or not Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst-Dornburg becomes Catherine the Great.

CONTACT: Bob Bridges, (310) 397-1603