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Sam Felman credits most of his screenwriting abilities to his upbringing and personal relationships. Raised by a single mother, most of Felman's original work relates to the idea of family; while his experiences with love, loss, and personal growth inform the way he writes relatable dialogue and heartfelt situations. Felman credits the rest of his screenwriting abilities to his Meisner scene study classes at Joe Palese at The Actor Space, to his friend and mentor Mick Curran, who was taught thematic structure by Orson Welles, and to his college education at California State University Northridge, at which he received bachelor of arts degree in screenwriting. Felman's writing is recognizable for its heartfelt character moments, meticulous pacing and witty dialogue.


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