Additional Credits (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)
- Roberta's Choice
– Writer, Director & Producer
- Webseries New Over 50
– Writer, Director, Producer & Editor
- M & M's Web Show
Fair Productions, Marguerite Fair
- The Racist(s)
– Writer & Producer
Marguerite Fair, Director
Additional Resume Info (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)
- * Kathleen Khan/First Assistant Director/First Camera
Christine Lor/Assistant Camera/Production Assistant
Cal Bartlett - Pete Moss
Audrey Mitchell - Robin Moss
Michael Tatlock - Tony Evans and George
Shayan Ardalan - David Neil
David Lonigro - Keith Richards/Boss
Melanie H. Vansell - Martha
Virginia Redler - Denise Parker
check out their bios http://www.afterlifedatingservice.com (Movie tab)
Bio/Resume for Marguerite Fair www.FairProductions.biz
Marguerite Fair is a gifted and experienced writer. At age ten she instinctively knew that her gift was to express herself in the written arena of life. After raising her family, she moved to Los Angeles, California
to expand her talent into a career.
Marguerite Fair-Kosciewicz has been a member of Women in Film; The Hollywood Woman's Club; The Los Angeles Female Playwright Initiative and a former seven year member of the Downey Master Mind Group. She is
the Secretary on the Board of Trustees at Spiritworks Center
in Burbank, CA.
To date, she has written several screenplays: Exit
Quietly(adapted from Marguerite's novel Of the Same Mind,
Getting Real; Last Laugh, G.M. Detective Agency, Club Right, No
Detours, Phone Room, Obsessively Yours, Seduction of Delusion, Senior
Porn, Reel TV The Movie, The Candy Caper, Live Your Life Alive and
the After Life Dating Service. For more information about screenplays for option: www.screenplays.biz.
Marguerite has written three plays: Your Late Mother (in collaboration with Kevin Dobson from 2010-2012) Goddess Intervention, which
was produced as a one day fundraiser and directed by Marguerite and
her most recent; Emotional Bondage scheduled for a first reading in the spring of 2017. Your Late Mother has experienced six successful readings. Two at the Alderson Actor's Studio, one at The Los Angeles Theatre Center and one at the Group Rep Theatre in Burbank, CA. Marguerite directed the action reading at the Victory Theatre Center in Burbank and a second action reading at the Missing Piece Theatre in Burbank. In June of 2017 it will be
showcased in the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
Marguerite has written and self-published six books: Telling on Myself/How to not find love, lose weight or grow old gracefully; Am I still
Talking/Did I say something funny?; Extreme Low-Budget Apartment
Makeovers/How to be your own design team; Goddess Cookbook; the novel
Of the Same Mind; and her newest non-fiction: New Over 50/What I
Learned about better health from Baroness Benita von Klingspor, for
which she won a silver award with Para Publishing. Books are
available in eBook format on her website: www.fairebooks.com.
Marguerite has also written, produced and directed a movie short: Roberta's
Choice and several comical YouTube Videos, and wrote, produced and directed 34 episodes of web show:New Over 50; She also develops web content
and offers specialized writing services. Presently she is finishing her movie short: After Life Dating Service to be showcased in Los Angeles Film Festivals in 2017.To obtain more information about her projects, please visit her website: www.margueritefair.com.