What About Bob?
Bob McCullough is best known as a prolific film and television writer-producer-director who was the creative force behind CBS-TV's “Falcon Crest” and Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Soldier of Fortune.” He worked closely with Gene Roddenberry on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and produced the long-running television revival of "Zorro."
His adaptations from book to screen include Barbara Taylor Bradford’s “The Women In His Life”, Jackie Collins’ “Hollywood Wives”, and Arthur Hailey’s “International Airport.”
Throughout his TV and film career, Bob has been under contract at every major Hollywood studio, working closely with dozens of industry legends and Academy Award winners.
He's a co-founder of The Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards, and reads a lot of scripts from aspiring writers, and provides personal consultations to those with professional screenwriting ambitions.
Bob and his wife Suzanne also produce and host of the popular iTunes interview podcast series Where Hollywood Hides, now heard in more than 80 countries around the world..
An Emeritus member of the Writers Guild of America, Bob holds degrees from U.S.C., the University of Texas, The American Film Institute, and Southwestern University of Law. He has been honored by the Writers Guild of America for Outstanding Writing and Producing on the “101 Best Written TV Series” of all time.
The McCulloughs live in Santa Barbara with a Miniature Pinscher who barks at the slightest provocation and a Labrador Retriever who won't stop shedding.