Yale M. Udoff

Mr. Udoff is a playwright and screenwriter. The NY Times said of his A GUN PLAY, directed by Paul Weidner, which premiered at The Hartford Stage Company: "Mr. Udoff is a discovery. It is clear he has a comic vision, verbal facility and a contemporary consciousness." He has twice been selected to participate in the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and honored with The Stanley Drama Award for his first play, THE LITTLE GENTLEMAN; he is also the recipient of a Charles MacArthur Playwrighting Award. A partial listing of his plays would include BRING BACK DORIS DAY, MAGRITTE SKIES and FIRST DRAFT. Among his screen credits are EVE OF DESTRUCTION with Gregory Hines and the renowned Dutch actress, Renee Soutdenijk, THIRD DEGREE BURN for HBO with Virginia Madsen and Treat Williams directed by Roger Spottiswoode. He wrote the screenplay for Nicolas Roeg's Toronto Film Festival winner, the greatly admired BAD TIMING/A SENSUAL OBSSESSON, starring Harvey Keitel, Theresa Russell and Art Garfunkel. He is a member of the WGA, the Dramatists Guild and the Playwrights Unit of the Actors Studio.