by Tiffany Fitzhenry, Tiffany Fitzhenry:
My name is Tiffany FitzHenry. I’m a wife, mother, independent author, public speaker and screenwriter. Over the last year-and-a-half I’ve been an active, vocal and visible Hollywood whistleblower.
My experiences within Hollywood began in 1999. After studying film and screenwriting, I moved to L.A. and landed an internship working for Arnold Kopelson (The Fugitive, The Devil’s Advocate, U.S. Marshals). Within a couple weeks I was hired by John Davis (Predator, Dr. Dolittle, Behind Enemy Lines) and was being groomed to become a development executive at that company who had a deal with 20th Century Fox. On my way to a six-figure job at 21 years old, for a series of different reasons, I left Hollywood at this point. Over the next couple of years, I got married, had kids and stayed home to raise them. We moving to Atlanta in 2009, and with my children in elementary school, I began writing in a serious and focused way. I wrote several feature scripts, which began being highly placed in prestigious competitions and getting the attention of managers and agents in Hollywood. At this time my feature script Jerry at The Cemetery was optioned by Hana Road Productions.