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Nick Guthe  

Writer, Director, Producer in Hollywood; Infantile Scoliosis Awareness Advocate

Nick has been writer/director/producer in Hollywood since 1999. He has sold scripts, pitches and done re-writes for studios including Sony, MGM, Universal, WB, Imagine Entertainment, New Line Cinema and Morgan Creek. He also wrote a television pilot for Fox.

He wrote and directed "Mini's First Time," produced by Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunettis Trigger Street Productions, starring Alec Baldwin, Nikki Reed, Carrie Anne Moss, Luke Wilson, Jeff Goldblum and Joel McHale.

"Mini's First Time" was an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival, the opening night film of the inaugural Solstice Film Festival, where Nick won the "Best New Director" award. It was also an official selection of the Moscow Film Festival.

Nick most recently adapted the New York Times bestselling memoir "A Three Dog Life" by Abigail Thomas. Salma Hayek is currently attached to star and produce alongside J. Todd Harris ("The Kids Are All Right") and Clark Peterson ("Monster," "The Devil's Knot").

Between feature and TV writing assignments, Nick writes and directs short form content digital content, as well as corporate industrials for Fortune 500 companies like ConAgra.

Nick produced and directed a PSA for www.infantilescoliosis.org, the non-profit organization that saved his son's life, which featured Peter Gallagher. It played on Lifetime, E!, and over 500 cable systems around the US, generating over 4 million hits in three months. For his efforts, Nick received the national hero award from United Cerebral Palsy.

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