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Richard Vetere

Richard Vetere

Richard Vetere's feature film screenwriting credits include The Third Miracle, produced by Francis Ford Coppola starring Ed Harris and Anne Heche. He wrote the screenplay adaptation of his own novel published by Simon & Schuster. He wrote the stage adaptation of his play The Marriage Fool and the movie stars Walter Mathau and Carol Burnett. He wrote the stage adapatation of his own play How to Go Out On a Date in Queens starring Jason Alexander and wrote the movie Vigilante. He has worked as Story Editor for network TV series on ABC and CBS, Disney and Touchstone and George Clooney and Warner Brothers. He has eleven published plays with Dramatic Publishing. Vetere is a Pulitzer nominated and Chicago Humanities guest as a playwright and is currently producing and writing a short film You & Me.


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