Biography

Andrew W. Marlowe (sometimes Andrew Marlowe) is an American screenwriter.

He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English Literature, and attended the University of Southern California where he obtained his MFA in Screenwriting.

He won the Nicholl Fellowship award for screenwriting for his script The Lehigh Pirates. Apogee, a space-based adventure he wrote soon after, sold for $500,000. He would go on to write Air Force One, End of Days and Hollow Man.

He has also written the unproduced scripts Hammer Down, Alien Prison and a Western intended for Harrison Ford and John Woo. He is currently executive producer and is writing on the ABC series Castle, which he created. He also is working on two film screenplays, Manhunt and a film adaptation of the comic book series Nick Fury.

Marlowe lives in Los Angeles with wife and fellow screenwriter Terri Miller and their two children.

Marlowe has been proposed as the possible ghostwriter (or co-writer) of Heat Wave, a mystery novel published September 28, 2009, and purportedly written by Richard Castle -- the title character of the TV series and part of the storyline of the show. The acknowledgement of the novel names Terri E. Miller as "my partner in crime". The book debuted at number 26 on The New York Times Best Seller list.

Andrew W. Marlowe (sometimes Andrew Marlowe) is an American screenwriter.

He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English Literature, and attended the University of Southern California where he obtained his MFA in Screenwriting.

He won the Nicholl Fellowship award for screenwriting for his script The Lehigh Pirates. Apogee, a space-based adventure he wrote soon after, sold for $500,000. He would go on to write Air Force One, End of Days and Hollow Man.

He has also written the unproduced scripts Hammer Down, Alien Prison and a Western intended for Harrison Ford and John Woo. He is currently executive producer and is writing on the ABC series Castle, which he created. He also is working on two film screenplays, Manhunt and a film adaptation of the comic book series Nick Fury.

Marlowe lives in Los Angeles with wife and fellow screenwriter Terri Miller and their two children.

Marlowe has been proposed as the possible ghostwriter (or co-writer) of Heat Wave, a mystery novel published September 28, 2009, and purportedly written by Richard Castle -- the title character of the TV series and part of the storyline of the show. The acknowledgement of the novel names Terri E. Miller as "my partner in crime". The book debuted at number 26 on The New York Times Best Seller list.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 7

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

2018 Take Two (3 episodes)Writer
2009 Castle (1 episode)Story (20 episodes)Writer (1 episode)Teleplay
2006 Hollow Man II Characters
2000 Hollow Man Story Screenplay
1999 End of Days Writer
1997 Air Force One Author

Production

2018 Take Two (13 episodes)Executive Producer
2009 Castle (173 episodes)Executive Consultant
1999 End of Days Co-Producer

Creator

2018 Take Two Creator
2009 Castle Creator

Acting

2009 Tales from the Script as Himself

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