Rick Suvalle is a Los Angeles-based film and television writer who had two movies premiere in 2011 - the Syfy Original Movie Roadkill and the Hallmark Channel romantic comedy, Honeymoon for One, starring Nicollette Sheridan (Desperate Housewives). Most recently Rick finished a draft of 525, a sci-fi action web series that he will also Executive Produce for Universal Cable Productions with an eye towards a 2014 release. This past year also saw Rick writing and producing Boxes, an animated office-place pilot presentation, for 20th Century Fox.
Rick began his professional career as an Executive Story Editor on Sony's hit syndicated series V.I.P. starring Pamela Anderson. Rick remained with the show for all four seasons. After its final bow Rick continued his relationship with Sony writing for several of their animated series including Cartoon Network's Astro Boy and MTV's Spider-Man.
On the feature front, Rick co-wrote and sold the comedy screenplay One Last Fling to A.K.A. Films. Rick was then hired to write the family action comedy Stunt School for the producers of the highly successful Police Academy film franchise. Rick was recently hired to pen a trio of sci-fi action features for Sonar Entertainment, including Scarecrow (starring Lacey Chabert), which just wrapped production and is set to to air on Syfy this Fall. Rick has also worked as a script doctor performing various re-writes and script consultations.
Additionally Rick created and produced a 3D-animated web pilot entitled Foul! about a team of hapless basketball players who moonlight as spies. Rick's one-act play, Cex and the Sity, a parody of the HBO series, was an official selection in the Midtown International Theatre Festival/NYC. Rick is originally from Boston. He married his college sweetheart and they have two young daughters who create all kinds of mischief that Rick likes to blog about here.