Steven A. Katz
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Steven Katz (his screen name omits his middle initial) is an American writer and is the writer of the original screenplay Shadow of the Vampire. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri on October 8, 1959 and received a B. A. in English and Art History from Brown University in 1982 and an M. A. in English from Columbia University in 1984. He currently lives in New York City.
- 1992 "Since I Don't Have You" adapted from the story by James Ellroy Fallen Angels (TV series) (Showtime TV series).
- 1994 "Tomorrow I Die" adapted from the story by Mickey Spillane Fallen Angels (TV series) (Showtime TV Series).
- 1996 "Can We Do This?" Episode 1 of From the Earth to the Moon (HBO TV series).
- 2000 Shadow of the Vampire.
- 2007 Wind Chill (with Joseph Gangemi).
2002 Walton Ford: Tigers of Wrath, Horses of Instruction monograph about the New York-born artist Walton Ford
- Variety "50 Creatives To Watch" September 3, 2000
- "Noir for 90's made from Spice Old Ingredients," The New York Times, July 30, 1993
- "On TV, Neo-Noir That's Cheap Enough for Fun," The New York Times, November, 1995
- "Boyish Eyes on the Moon," The New York Times, April 3, 1998
- "Son of 'Nosferatu,' with a Real-life Monster," The New York Times, December 29, 2000
- "Secrets in the Snow," The New York Times, April 28, 2007