ROGER S.H. SCHULMAN co-wrote the animated feature “Shrek,” for which he won a British Academy Award (BAFTA) and was nominated for an Oscar® for Best Adapted Screenplay. He previously co-wrote the animated feature “Balto” for Executive Producer Steven Spielberg, and wrote “Mulan II” and “The Jungle Book II” for Disney.
Roger has also worked extensively as a producer and writer for television. He co-created the Disney Channel series JONAS; was Executive Producer of “2Gether” for MTV and was Executive Producer for “Living Single” with Queen Latifah. He co-wrote a pilot for HBO with Tom Hanks.
When he’s not writing, Roger teaches feature and television writing at schools including the University of Southern California and The New School in New York City. He’s currently Artist in Residence at Sacred Heart University. He also hosted episodes of a popular podcast about the Golden Age of radio. He coaches amateur and pro writers at TheWriterCoach.com