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Steve Faber
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After graduating from UCLA, earning degrees in both literature and history, Steve went on to graduate from Law School. It was there that he realized he had made a terrible mistake. However, it was also there when he realized that there is no money in poetry and no poetry in money.

Steve went on to become an American Screenwriter with his most notable work being the comedy hit Wedding Crashers. His current script We're the Millers is going at New Line with Jennifer
Aniston and Jason Sudeikis starring and Rawson Thurber directing. Steve is also attached to adapt Shepherd Mead’s book How to Succeed with Women Without Really Trying, which previously was a huge hit on Broadway with several successful revivals since. Prior to that, his main focus was encompassed around writing for television. He has worked on various projects for Warner Brothers including the last season of Married With Children.

Steve has taken part in many panels and interviews on the DVD “Writers on Writing.” He also contributes to The Huffington Post with his acclaimed political blog entitled “Washingwood.”

Entries by Steve Faber

Washingwood: Alienation Day

(0) Comments | Posted July 9, 2013 | 12:57 PM

It's Alienation Day, tomorrow, in Washingwood! Alienation Day is, perhaps, the most profound of all of Washingwood's holidays: The usual collision of image, power and seduction with the faux personas we create behind the screens and screens of digitalized social media, usually mashed up and delivered to us as "product"...

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Washingwood: The Apple Bites Back

(0) Comments | Posted May 22, 2013 | 7:59 PM

The meeting took me months to arrange, however, everything in Washingwood is either in turn-around, waiting for a vote, floored, in pre-production, post-production, or in committee, therefore I wasn't irritated by the delay. The collision between Hollywood and Washington creates a layered mess. Nonetheless, there I finally sat in a...

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Washingwood: The Truth Behind the GOP Re-brand

(0) Comments | Posted April 8, 2013 | 7:17 PM

As I write, in April 2013, it is not a particularly good time to be a Republican. The overwhelming victory of President Obama, the strongly Democratic Senate coupled with a fractious House, in addition to a hefty majority of Americans (81 percent) who have come to the conclusion that the...

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Washingwood: Romney, Horror Films, Fleas and Ticks

(2) Comments | Posted September 22, 2012 | 2:39 PM

I'm a flea, a tick, a parasite. You are, too. Well, at least Mitt Romney thinks so.

A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of judging a "film pitch" competition at a prominent film festival. In essence, writers, potential screen writers, and current screen writers were given a...

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Washingwood's New Theme Park: Romneyland

(0) Comments | Posted April 30, 2012 | 6:36 PM

Opening Day at Washingwood's first and only theme park may be less than year away, according to sources close to the author. I was able to "borrow" a copy of the visitor's guide and provide you a sneak peek!

Welcome to Romneyland!

Rides and Attractions

Pirates of the CarriBain...

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A Difficult Brunch in Washingwood

(0) Comments | Posted April 20, 2012 | 5:26 PM

In Washingwood, where Hollywood and Washington D.C. collide there's an interesting spot for brunch, called Cafe Discontent. There's one catch, however: One can only dine at this spot if, and only if, one is or has been a candidate, fundraiser, adviser, or activist in the last four years of the...

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WASHINGWOOD: THE STATE OF THE MOTION UNION ACADEMY SPEECH REPUBLICAN RESPONSE GALA

(4) Comments | Posted January 27, 2010 | 10:26 PM

After THE STATE OF THE MOTION UNION ACADEMY SPEECH & AWARDS GALA the Republicans threw a post party Response/Rejoinder. This year's spectacle was filmed at the historic and elegant Virginia State House, designed by Thomas Jefferson. Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell starred in an interesting tent-revival cult meeting, replete with one...

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WASHINGWOOD: A SALE OF TWO CITIES. Part One: Unintelligent Design, A Seduction

(5) Comments | Posted January 26, 2010 | 4:18 PM

Washington, D.C. Hollywood, California. My two favorite cities in the United States of America. My two favorite imaginary cities in the United States of America. Of course, I love New York City, perhaps the only city in the world that acts as an urban defibrillator, regenerating even the truly soul-dead....

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