Seltzer, David

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SELTZER, David

SELTZER, David. American, b. 1940?. Genres: Plays/Screenplays. Career: Screenwriter, director, producer, and novelist. Worked with Jacques Cousteau on documentaries; worked on the staff of the television show I've Got a Secret; director of the short film, My Trip to New York. Publications: SCREENPLAYS: The Hellstrom Chronicle (documentary), 1971; (with D. Shaw) King, Queen, Knave, 1972; One Is a Lonely Number (also known as Two Is a Happy Number), 1972; The Other Side of the Mountain, 1975; The Omen (also known as Birthmark), 1976; Prophecy, 1979; Six Weeks, 1982; Table for Five, 1983; Lucas, 1986; Punchline, 1988; (with L. Venosta and E. Lerner) Bird on a Wire, 1990; Shining Through, 1992; The Eighteenth Angel, 1997; My Giant, 1998. FOR TELEVISION: Adventures at the Jade Sea (documentary), 1970; Larry, 1974; (with D. Sontag) My Father's House, 1975; (with J. Erman) Green Eyes, 1977; (with T. Thomas), Private Sessions, 1985. Contributor to periodicals. Address: c/o Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825, U.S.A.