When I was young,
I wanted to be a writer, but had nothing to say.
I no longer
have that problem.
Samuel C. Spitale is an L.A.-based
writer, by way of the other La (Louisiana).
He is a screenwriter, once referred to as
"the next Harold Ramis"; he is a storyteller,
recently winning a Moth Story Slam; and
he is a journalist, with two degrees in
He started his blog Science & Snark because there's never been a greater need to separate truth from the cacophony of corporate interests. An avid reader, his writing is based in reality, grounded in science, and supported by data - from myth busting political lies to debunking propaganda and marketing tactics masquerading as news.
He is also working on a manuscript, a board game, and a class proposal on how to differentiate between news and noise.
He is a member of American Mensa, a panelist at San Diego Comic-Con, and a former LSU Mardi Gras King.
After years of making fun of the gluten-free
food trend, he's now gluten intolerant and
has little appreciation for irony.
He is most recognized from his personalized
action figure’s cameo on Robot Chicken,
where it had a speaking part but unfortunately
wasn’t SAG eligible.
Samuel C. Spitale is available for freelance writing opportunities, including screenwriting, copywriting, journalism, and even editing. You may contact him here.