David McFadzean - Details


DAVID McFADZEAN (executive producer) is partnered with Matt Williams and Carmen Finestra in Wind Dancer Films. With Williams and Finestra, he created and executive produced "Home Improvement," the ABC hit television show. Prior to that, he served as executive story editor on the premiere season of "Roseanne," then with Wind Dancer, he went on to executive produce and co-create "Carol & Company," starring Carol Burnett, and "Thunder Alley," starring Ed Asner and Haley Joel Osment.
In addition to "What Women Want," McFadzean produced or executive produced "Firelight," written and directed by "Shadowlands" author Bill Nicholson, and "Where the Heart Is," starring Natalie Portman and Ashley Judd.

McFadzean began his writing career as a playwright hailing from Chicago. His dramatic works have received productions off-Broadway, at Washington's Kennedy Center and at various colleges and universities around the country. His play "Oklahoma Rigs" was chosen as one of 10 plays to be performed in the American College Theater Festival. For five years, McFadzean was resident playwright at the Lamb's Players Theater Company in San Diego.

McFadzean has a B.A. in theater from the University of Evansville and an M.A. in theater from Illinois State University. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have two children: Meredith, age 19, and Court, age 14. They live outside Los Angeles.