Geoff Rodkey

Rodkey at the 2014 Gaithersburg Book Festival Geoff Rodkey (born September 9, 1970) is an American screenwriter and author.

His most recent novel is the suburban-apocalypse comedy ''Lights Out in Lincolnwood''. Previously, he co-wrote comedian Kevin Hart's 2021 debut middle grade novel ''Marcus Makes a Movie'' and the 2019 science fiction comedy ''We're Not From Here.'' In 2018, he collaborated with the Story Pirates arts education group on ''The Story Pirates Present: Stuck in the Stone Age,'' a novel bundled with a creative writing guide for middle graders. Prior to that, his four-book series ''The Tapper Twins'' began publication in 2015 with ''The Tapper Twins Go To War (With Each Other)''. His first novel was ''Deadweather and Sunrise'', the first book in ''The Chronicles of Egg'' comedy/adventure series for middle grade readers.

His film work includes the first two '' Daddy Day Care'' films (2003-2007), ''RV'', and ''The Shaggy Dog'' (both 2006).

He received an Emmy nomination for his contributions to the ''Politically Incorrect'' broadcasts from the 1996 Democratic and Republican conventions on Comedy Central. Provided by Wikipedia

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