Donald James "D.J." MacHale is an American screenwriter, director and producer. It's linked to shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark ?, Flight 29 Down, and Seasonal Difference. MacHale is also the author of the famous children's series, Pendragon and Morpheus Road.
|Born||Donald James MacHale, March 11, 1955, Port Chester, New York, U.S.|
|Occupation||Writer and director|
|Alma mater||New York University|
|Notable works||', Morpheus Road|
|Notable awards||CableACE Award, Gemini Award|
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Gemini Award-winner who wrote for "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" and "Seasonal Differences". He is also a young adult book author.
He matriculated from New York University, where he received a BFA in film production.
His young adult series, "Pendragon" and "Morpheus Road," garnered great popularity and led to several lucrative book contracts.
He was brought up in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he held down several odd jobs while growing up, including working as an egg collector at a poultry farm and engraving trophies.
He and Rachel Blanchard collaborated on "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" in which she was cast as Kristen.
- Writers from Greenwich, Connecticut
- Award winner of the American Writers Association
Latest information about DJ MacHale updated on June 14 2021.