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Diana Dru Botsford

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Diana Dru Botsford

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Full Name: Diana Dru Botsford
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Occupation: Professor, Writer, Media Content Developer
Nationality: American
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Biography

Diana Botsford has written science fiction for a variety of mediums including books, film, television, theatre and comics. Prior to moving to the novel form, she wrote, produced and directed for 12 years in the television and film industry. Her screenwriting credits include Star Trek: The Next Generation (co-writer of the sixth-season episode "Rascals") and Spiral Zone, as well as development of various children's series for CBS, NBC and independent networks.

As a visual effects director, Botsford has enjoyed the opportunity to play techno-junkie while telling people like George Clooney how to stand in front of a bluescreen. As a producer, she worked on various television series such as the CBS series Harts of the West and Nightgames. Her visual effects work include Nightmare of Elm Street VI, Tank Girl, From Dusk Till Dawn, Terminator 2 and many independent films. As Associate Producer for D.I.C. Enterprises, and later as VP of Family Programming for Kushner-Locke, she produced over 1,000 hours of animation for shows that included Inspector Gadget, Heathcliff, M*A*S*K Force, Spiral Zone and the Columbia/Tristar film Pound Puppies & The Legend of Big Paw. Most recently, Botsford served as Executive Producer for the SF short Apollo which was a recent selection at the Athens, Greece International Science Fiction Film Festival.

In addition to Botsford's Stargate: SG-1 novels, The Four Dragons (2010) and The Drift (2011), her recently completed written work includes the SF web series EPILOGUE (epiloguetheseries.com), the novel Critical Past and the comic book series The Fracture. As head of the Screenwriting Program at Missouri State University, she attempts to corrupt her students' minds on a daily basis while educating them on the finer points of storytelling.


Works in the WWEnd Database

 Stargate SG-1 - Fandemonium

 16. (2010)
 21. (2012)
 
 
 
 
 
 

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