EVENTS

Important Days in History

(My History, Anyway)

August 20, 1964 — I was born in Bar Harbor, ME. I already regret telling you what year.

September 22, 1976 — Charlie's Angels premieres on ABC and becomes my childhood obsession. It will have a profound effect on me through out my writing career. Read Fingerprints & Facelifts and see for yourself.

April 24, 1981 — I appear in my high school production of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians playing Dr. Armstrong. My love of mysteries is born.

February 4, 1989 — The first script I ever wrote for television (with Family Guy producer David A. Goodman), “The Impotence of Being Ernest”, an episode of The Golden Girls, airs on NBC.

February 17, 1995 — My first feature film The Brady Bunch Movie (co-written with My Girl screenwriter and close friend Laurice Elehwany) is released nationwide and becomes the number one movie at the Box Office for the weekend. I'm thrilled beyond words.

November 3, 2003 — My first book The Actor's Guide to Murder is released. I think it's going to be a huge best seller. I'm quickly proven wrong.

June 26, 2007 — Fingerprints & Facelifts is released in bookstores nationwide.

July 1, 2009 — Fingerprints & Facelifts is finally released in paperback. I'm hoping a television adaptation of the book will lead to more titles in the series.

March 29, 2010 — Celebrity Zombie Killers, my first graphic novel, is released in soft cover and available at bookstores nationwide and on Amazon.com for $12.95.

March 2012 - Death of a Kitchen Diva, the first in a new mystery novel series featuring intrepid food and spirits columnist Hayley Powell is available in paperback and as a digital download.

August 1, 2012 - Where the Bears Are, a 25 episode series made exclusively for the web premieres at www.wherethebearsare.tv. New episodes are posted every Monday and Thursday for thirteen weeks and the series racks up over 4 million views for its first season.

November 6, 2012 - Death of a Country Fried Redneck, the second Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

June 10, 2013 - Where the Bears Are Season 2 with 23 new episodes premieres on the web at www.wherethebearsare.tv. New episodes are posted every Monday and Thursday.

July 2, 2013 - Death of a Coupon Clipper, the third Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

January 2014 - Death of a Chocoholic, the fourth Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

August 11, 2014 Where the Bears Are Season 3 premieres on the web at www.wherethebearsare.tv.

October 7, 2014 - Death of a Christmas Caterer, the fifth Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

May 26, 2015 - Death of a Cupcake Queen, the sixth Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

July 2015 Where the Bears Are 4 premieres online at wherethebearsare.tv and on YouTube.

August 24, 2015 Where the Bears Are 4 premieres online at wherethebearsare.tv and on YouTube.

March 29, 2016 Death of a Bacon Heiress, the seventh Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

August 30, 2016 Death of a Pumpkin Carver, the eighth Hayley Powell mystery is available in paperback and as a digital download.

September 1, 2016 Where the Bears Are 5 premieres online at wherethebearsare.tv and on YouTube.

October 25, 2016 Egg Nog Murder a holiday themed mystery anthology featuring a Hayley Powell original novella is released in hardcover and as a digital download.

June 27, 2017 Death of a Lobster Lover, the ninth Hayley Powell mystery is available in paper-back and as a digital download.

September, 2017 Where the Bears Are 6 premieres online at wherethebearsare.tv and on YouTube.


Available Now

Both seasons of Femme Fatales, the sexy, steamy anthology series I worked on for Cinemax is now available on DVD.





Team Knight Rider

Episodes of Team Knight Rider, a cheesy, low budget action series, a sequel to the David Hasselhoff '80s hit, that unfortunately I created and executive produced can be watched at Hulu.com or purchased at iTunes or the Amazon Digital Store. Check out seven episodes in particular: "Sky One," "Apocalypse Maybe," "Et Du Dante?" "Angels in Chains," "The Blonde Woman," "The Return of Megaman" and "Out of the Past". In those shows, I play Clayton, the demanding diva of a chef who cooks on board a giant transport plane that carries the heroes and their talking cars to trouble spots around the world. Yes, it's as bad as it sounds, but was a hoot to make.