Philip David Morton is an award nominated Hollywood screen writer as well as a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. A professional film and TV writer for 25 years, Morton started his career at Saturday Night Live and started his career in features writing for Eddie Murphy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and other numerous assignments at Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, New Line Cinema and Dreamworks Animation. He has written on studio features from 'Fantastic Four' to 'Jack Frost' (starring Micheal Keaton) and has been hired on studio projects as far ranging as science fiction, action-adventure and suspense films to family pictures. The writer of 'Fire Down Below' starring Steven Seagal, he also wrote the movie '12:01 PM' starring Martin Landau which won the Brussels Film Festival Award for best picture, as well as an honorary Edgar Award, and 'Maneater' starring Gary Busey. The head writer on the ABC sketch comedy TV show 'On The Air', he recently wrote the pilot and second episode for One Question For God a 10 part mini-series, as well as producing his first independent feature film; The Unwilling. Previous work includes a daytime Emmy nomination on the writing staff of 'Unusual Phenomena', a comedy pilot for NBC, he has also written family entertainment and was part of the TV animation staff for the Emmy award winning 'Tutenstein'. Morton has also taught screen writing at UCLA Extensions and was the co-creator and producer of the radio show, Power Health Radio, interviewing such Hollywood notables as Stacey Keach, Kurtwood Smith, Margot Kidder, and many others. He continues his ongoing cultural arts reviews and film critique for the Huffington Post.