Feldman, Elliot S. 1946-
FELDMAN, Elliot S. 1946-
PERSONAL: Born June 10, 1946, in Detroit, MI; son of Abe (a butcher) and Anne (a homemaker; maiden name, Pomerantz) Feldman; children: Sara Marie, Adam Max. Ethnicity: "Jewish." Education: Michigan State University, B.A., 1968.
CAREER: Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment, San Diego, CA, writer, 1998—. Cartoonist, including work published in The Paper (East Lansing, MI) and Fifth Estate (Detroit, MI), as early as the 1960s; also worked as television writer.
MEMBER: National Writers Union, Writers Guild of America West.
Sitting Shiva (fiction), Foxrock Books (New York, NY), 2001.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Two novels, Room to Move and Boy Wonder.
SIDELIGHTS: Abe Feldman told CA: "I've been a cartoonist much longer than I've been a writer, my work appearing for the most part in the alternative press starting in the mid-sixties. My words are only vehicles to capture the pictures that appear in my head. I came to television writing late in life and novel writing very late in my life, immediately before I turned fifty."