Neil Landau is a bestselling author, producer and award-winning screenwriter who runs the Writing for Television program at UCLA (his alma mater). Credits include "Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead", "Doogie Howser, M.D.", "MTV’s Undressed" and the "Tad" animated franchise, which earned him a Spanish Academy "Goya" Award. He has written pilots for ABC, CBS, Disney, Freeform, Fremantle, Lifetime and Warner Bros, and served as Executive Script Consultant for Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Television. Neil penned the bestselling "101 Things I Learned in Film School", "The Screenwriter’s Roadmap", "The TV Showrunner’s Roadmap" and "TV Outside the Box: Trailblazing in the Digital Television Revolution"—the first book sponsored by the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE).  Focal Press have just published his fifth book, "TV Writing On Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era".
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
University of Georgia, Grady College
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Television, film, digital developments, screenwriting, television writing, producing.