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David Sparrow - Writer





Dave writes screenplays...

DAMAGED GOODS - Registered with The WGA - The search for a little excitement leads forty-two year old Carl Westland into the twisted world of runaways, street punks and the kind of actions you can't take back. Warning... the grass only looks greener.

Read an excerpt...


GIVING THANKS- Registered with The WGA - When Ewan McKay, seventy-three year-old Lothario, shuffles off this mortal coil while in the arms of a lonley widow, she tries to cover it up. When local police, Matt & Jeff, declare his death the town's first ever murder, the whole population of THANKS, Oregon works to uncover who done it. A comedy of the aged for the ages.


AND there are more in the works... stay tuned!!


Dave writes Television...

Bricks & Sticks - A half hour sit-com Pilot, Registered with The WGC - co-written by Dave with Wayne S. Roberts, Bricks & Sticks is the Comedy that demolishes the new home building industry. "It's a farmers field right now, sure, but try to imagine your house right here. That rock would be the kitchen." Your see, last Week Chuck Nervick was selling cars... now he's selling some real lemons. Bricks & Sticks follows the ups and downs of Dynasty Homes as they try to bring the city to the great outdoors... 5 appliances included - reasonable financing available!! (On Approved Credit)


Dave writes stories...

The Story of Macky Koo-Koo - with fabulous drawings by noted illustrator Dennis Stillwell Martin, David's cautionary tale for children pays homage to Rudyard Kipling as it explains why "elephant's are no longer mean, they have long trunks instead of short pug, noses and they are terribly afraid of mice."

Read the story...


Lasting Significance - Surgery, a baptism, fire fighting - this time the Gilby boys almost cross the line.

Read the story...


Dave even wrote a play...

THE HONEY MURDERS - Ralph, Norton and the whole gang were back in this hilarious who-done-it staged in the spring of 2000 at the SACRED FOOLS THEATER in Los Angeles as a part of CRIME SCENE. With Dave as Ralph Kramden, Brad Friedman as Ed Norton, Tabitha Hall as Alice and Gabby Anderman as "The Actress We Got To Play Trixie", the show sold out and stood as a tribute to the lasting appeal of The Honey Mooners. Audiences exploded with laughter as each comedy jewel from the old series was dragged out and stood on it's ear. LA Weekly said "Sparrow and Friedman seemed to channel Ralph and Norton to the stage."


Dave has also written...

Ad copy, magazine articles, sketch comedy, the lyrics for a couple of songs, and a few letters home from camp.


*** All Materials Copyright - David Sparrow 1999-2014 ***

All rights reserved; no part of these publications may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author or publishers.


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