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Early lifeEdit

Ruditis was born and raised in Philadelphia. He attended West Chester University where he majored in Theatre Arts with a directing emphasis. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles where he began working at Paramount Pictures where he worked as a tour guide and usher. Eventually, he took a position working in the studio's licensing department where he worked his way up to middle management before quitting to focus on writing.[2]

BiographyEdit

Ruditis' first publication was in a Buffy the Vampire Slayer short story collection, which was being edited by a friend. Since then he has published tie-in novels and official guides to many hit television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, Angel, Queer as Folk, Frasier, The L Word, Star Trek, Roswell, The West Wing, Alias, Prison Break, Bones, The Brady Bunch, The Hardy Boys, The Girls Next Door and Sabrina, The Teenage Witch. He also wrote a guide to the film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.

He has also published original fiction including the DRAMA! series and the controversial young adult book Rainbow Party.

In 2010, he was hired by Zenecscope Entertainment to be the lead writer on Charmed, a comic series based on the television series of the same name.[3] The comic features an all new storyline set after the series' conclusion and has to date been very popular with the first issue selling out in its first three weeks. For Issues 0-3 Ruditis co-authored the series with Zenescope veteran Raven Gregory but from Issue 4 onwards he penned the comics on his own.

WorksEdit

TV series-linked fictionEdit

Official guidesEdit

ComicsEdit

  • Charmed Season 9 Comics
    • Charmed Issue #0 - Sourcebook (with Raven Gregory)
    • Charmed Issue #1 - Charmed Lives (with Raven Gregory)
    • Charmed Issue #2 - No Rest For the Wicca (with Raven Gregory)
    • Charmed Issue #3 - Innocents Lost (with Raven Gregory)
    • Charmed Issue #4 - Mortal Enemies
    • Charmed Issue #5 - Unnatural Resources

Charmed Volume 1 (collecting issues 0-5)

    • Charmed Issue #6 - Morality Bites Back
    • Charmed Issue #7 - The Heir Up There
    • Charmed Issue #8 - Oh, Henry
    • Charmed Issue #9 - Desperately Seeking Piper (temporary title until issue is published)
    • Charmed Issue #10 - Three Little Wiccans

Other fictionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bibliography - Fantasticfiction.co.uk
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-15. Retrieved 2010-09-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ New Charmed Comic and Sourcebook Coming this Summer
  4. ^ Memmott, Carol (2005-05-22). "Controversy colors teen book". USA Today.

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