From Wall Street to acting, writing plays to screenwriting, Chuck’s career is proof that there is no one right way to achieve your goals.
It was the theater in New York that drew him away from Wall Street. Acting led to playwriting, which eventually led to work in Los Angeles as a screenwriter, and along the way he made a point to wear as many hats as possible and to learn every aspect of writing, directing and producing.
After several years alternating between independent film and theatre, Chuck made his biggest mark as the creator of the critically acclaimed drama, The Art of More, starring Dennis Quaid, Kate Bosworth and Cary Elwes. The show, which deals with the dark underbelly of the New York auction world was heralded as the “best new drama on TV” by Harper’s Bazaar. The New York Times raved, “A tasty new drama. The casting is delicious, the characters and their stories grow more complex with each episode.” Seasons one and two are now available on Amazon.
His novel, Head Games was recently acquired by ABC, with Academy Award winner Viola Davis executive producing. Other TV development projects include the dramas The Outsider and Heist at NBC, and Acid at Universal Television. Feature writing projects include his script Joe’s Mountain, at Mandalay Pictures, which he is also attached to direct, and Nervous Rex, a remake of the classic Danny Kaye film Up in Arms, for the Samuel Goldwyn Company.
On the theatre side, Chuck is the author of the acclaimed plays, Safe, Bedfellows and Weekend In Goshen, and has had over a dozen plays produced both in New York and Los Angeles. His plays, Eye to Eye and The Letter both recently premiered off-Broadway.
Chuck is repped by APA and Management 360.
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