David Howard’s most visible credit is DreamWork’s major feature film Galaxy Quest (Story and Screenplay credit), recently recognized as #61 on the Writers Guild 101 Funniest Screenplays of the all time and for which he received a Hugo Award, a Nebula Award and a Silver Raven Award. David has also worked in television, and live theatre. Television credits include The Carver Brothers (series pilot), with Robert Deniro’s Tribeca Films for CBS (co-written with M.F. McDowell) and Dead End Breakfast (series pilot) for the WB. Live stage credits include Falling for Eve (lyricist, based on his play Adam Alone) with book by Joe DiPietro and music by Bret Simmons, appeared Off-Broadway at the York Theatre and is licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide. His play Electric Roses was performed at Actors Theatre of Louisville and dozens of theatres around the U.S. and published by Smith Kraus.