Paul M. Rudnick (born 29 December 1957) is an American playwright, screenwriter and novelist. His plays include I Hate Hamlet, Jeffrey, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Valhalla and The New Century. He also writes for Premiere magazine under the pseudonym Libby Gelman-Waxner.
Rudnick grew up in Piscataway Township, New Jersey. He is openly gay.
|1993||Addams Family Values||writer|
|1997||In & Out||writer|
|2000||Isn't She Great||screenplay|
|2004||The Stepford Wives||screenplay|
The gay farce Social Disease (1986), reminiscent of the early Evelyn Waugh of Vile Bodies, and I'll Take It (1990) a tale of Jewish life in America. Extasy Club (1997).
- ^ Bruni, Frank (September 11, 1997), "AT HOME WITH: Paul Rudnick", The New York Times, http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D03E0D81539F932A2575AC0A961958260, retrieved on 2007-10-28
- ^ Gross, Larry P.; Woods, James D. (1999), The Columbia Reader on Lesbians and Gay Men in Media, Society, and Politics, Columbia University Press, p. 328, ISBN 0231104472
- Paul Rudnick at the Internet Movie Database
- Paul Rudnick at the Internet Broadway Database
- New Plays And Playwrights - Working in the Theatre Seminar video at American Theatre Wing.org January 2004
- Paul Rudnick's office, 2007