George Clayton Johnson (July 10 1929 – December 25 2015) sold his first script, Ocean’s eleven in 1955. He then met Rod Serling and wrote eight classic Twilight Zones including “Nothing in the Dark” with Robert Redford and “Kick the Can”, the episode Steven Spielberg chose to direct for the Twilight Zone: the Movie. As well as having his short stories published over the years, his various teleplays for episodic TV include the first Star Trek show to ever air, in 1966 ("Man Trap"); and in 1967, he co-wrote the novel, "Logan's Run," with William F. Nolan.
Mark David Gottlieb
Some reviews of Mark's music:
"...it was beautiful and the music was gorgeous. It seemed to make a big impression on the audience. Congratulations."
(Celeste Headlee - National Public Radio)
"...beautiful music. Miss work if you must to make this performance part of your day..."
(The Chris Felcyn Show - WDET National Public Radio)
"...an honest lyricism, and taste for drama. ... open hearted and songful. ...the songs themselves are full of intriguing shades of light and dark."
(Mark Stryker - The Detroit Free Press)
"...Magical, wondrous and beautiful, yet also cruel and confusing. Emotions that can be heard thru his music" (The Birmingham Eccentric)
(July 18 1951) Studied composition with Ronald Stein (composer of numerous film scores in the 50s and 60s), and attended master classes with Aaron Copeland. His works has been heard on CBC, NPR and in numerous performance centers in the U.S., Canada and in Europe.