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Bonnie MacBird

Bonnie MacBird is a writer, actress, playwright, screenwriter and producer known as the original writer of the science fiction film Tron.

Bonnie MacBird
Born San Francisco, United States
Occupation Writer, actor, theatre director, voice artist
Spouse(s) Alan Kay (1983–present)
Website http://macbird.com

MacBird has spent most of her career in Hollywood as a screenwriter and producer. She worked in feature film development for Universal Studios in the 1970s, won two Emmy Awards as a producer in the 1980s, and was, for ten years, the head of a firm called Creative License/SkyBird Productions. She has a number of acting and writing credits in Los Angeles theatre.

She continues to write, direct and act in theatre in Los Angeles and is a voice actor for SkyBoat Media. She teaches screenwriting at UCLA extension.[1]

MacBird is currently primarily working as a novelist. Her first book ART IN THE BLOOD A Sherlock Holmes Adventure was published by HarperCollins in 2015, and she is at work on a second Holmes Adventure, UNQUIET SPIRITS for the same publisher.

She lectures regularly on writing, the creative process, and Sherlock Holmes.

MacBird is a native of San Francisco, California and graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in music and a master's degree in film. She is married to computer-scientist Alan Kay.

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  1. ^ Bonnie MacBird. Archived April 20, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. UCLA Extension Writers Program. Retrieved 8 August 2011.

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