Wong, AEI Partner and President-Development and Production,
Senior Consulting Editor for The Writer's Lifeline, Inc.,
came to Los Angeles in 1992 after serving as associate administrator
of the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival.
She began as story editor and analyst at AEI, then, after
specializing in treatments and acquisitions, served as co-producer
with Ken Atchity of NBC's "Shadow of Obsession." (Starring
Veronica Hamel and Jack Scalia).
She is presently Executive Producer of "Joe Somebody," a Fox
2000/New Regency-AEI picture starring Tim Allen, Julie Bowen,
Jim Belushi; directed by John Pasquin ("The Santa Clause,"
"Home Improvement," etc.)
Producer of "Life, or Something Like It," a New Regency picture,
starring Angelina Jolie and Ed Burns; directed by Stephen
Herek ("101 Dalmatians," "The Three Musketeers," "Rock Star,"
"Mr. Holland's Opus," etc.) as well as:
"Eulogy for Joseph Way," Co-production with John Wells Entertainment
"Favorite Son," Co-production with Donald DeLine (Columbia
"The Kill Martin Club," Co-production with Ben Stiller's Red
Hour Films (Warner Bros.).
"A Midnight Carol," Co-production with Pace Productions ("Mambo
Kings," "The White Water Boys.") and,
Producing with partners Zide-Perry "Henry's List of Wrongs,"
Director Steve Herek; (New Line Pictures),
"Meg," (Disney Pictures; in turnaround), "Sign of the Watcher,"
(Propaganda Films), "180 Seconds at Willow Park," (New Line
"The Columbia Malignancy," with Jersey Films, (HBO; in turnaround).
She is coauthor with Ken of Writing
Treatments That Sell (Owl Books, Writer's Digest Book
Club, Quality Paperbacks), and her development practice is
at the core and foundation of the services that Writer's Lifeline
provides. Wong is a native New Yorker, who's also lived in
Hawaii, Florida, and the Virgin Islands
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Alten - After a few months' work with Writer's Lifeline, he
went from being broke to having a million dollar studio deal,
and a two million dollar book deal to launch his career as
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Scott Shepherd - He wanted to write it as a screenplay, but
we advised him to do the novel first--and it sold in manuscript
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