Josh Gilbert, Assistant Professor of Practice | Department of Media Arts

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Josh Gilbert, Assistant Professor of Practice

Screenwriting; Film & TV Development
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Josh Gilbert received his BA in Broadcast Communication from Marquette University, after which he moved to Los Angeles and began working as a screenwriter. On the film side, he has sold original pitches and scripts to Universal, Disney, Paramount, and New Line, and rewritten projects for Fox, MGM and others. Previous television work has included: animation, game shows, talk shows, reality, variety and network half hour. He received a Daytime Emmy in 2003 for writing and producing The Wayne Brady Show.

In recent years he has branched out from primarily comedy writing into drama, horror, and science fiction. Currently, he is in development on a new drama series he co-created for Sony.

Courses taught at UNT:

  • Intermediate Screenwriting
  • Writing for Television
  • Topics in Media Writing: The Rewrite

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