Andrew W. Marlowe - Details


Raised in the Washington, D. C. area, Marlowe graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English. He attended the graduate screenwriting program at the University Of Southern California School Of Cinema-Television from 1990 to 1992. In the fall of 1992, he received the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Nicholl Fellowship for emerging screenwriters.

Shortly after being honored with the Nicholl Fellowship, Marlowe was retained by Hollywood Pictures to adapt Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Steven Millhauser's novel "Edwin Mulhouse" for the screen. In 1994, he sold his first spec screenplay, an action-thriller titled "Apogee," to producers Larry and Chuck Gordon at Universal Pictures.

The writer's first produced screenplay was the exciting large-scale production "Air Force One," starring Harrison Ford and directed by Wolfgang Petersen. That was followed by another monumental movie, "End Of Days," which he also co-produced, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Marlowe's "Hollow Man" screenplay features revolutionary science-fiction excitement while probing an interesting moral dilemma.

He has several projects in various stages of development at a number of studios.