Doug Molitor
Writers 55 and over

Doug loves politics, history and science. He was a four-day Jeopardy champ. He also lost $2 million on the gameshow Winning Lines, but that’s another story.

His FunnyOrDie webseries Doug’s Dozen was featured on CNN and The Randi Rhodes Show. He wrote script and lyrics for the Obama-Hillary duet “Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better” (1.7 million views on YouTube.) His novel Memoirs of a Time Traveler is out to agents with a blurb by Larry Gelbart.

Doug’s written sci-fi (Sliders), sitcoms (You Can’t Take It With You, Sledge Hammer), crime drama (F/X), sketches (Lohman & Barkley), action (Adventure, Inc.), fantasy (Young Hercules), westerns (Lucky Luke) and animation (Sabrina, Beetlejuice, Penguins of Madagascar) He won two Environmental Media Awards, and was a Humanitas Prize finalist.

Doug was selected for Warner Brothers’ Drama Writers Workshop (2003), and both Drama and Comedy divisions of this Writer Access Project. He’s Canadian-content eligible.

CONTACT: (626) 840-0153; dougmolitor@gmail.com

Full Moon Fever; "Vlkodlak"

Breaking Bad; "D-Minus"