Tony Nichols is the Writerman.
Tony is descended from a long line of compulsive storytellers. Always in search of new stories, he has lived in a fishing village on the coast of Japan, contracted malaria in an African jungle, and enjoyed a short, spectacularly unsuccessful career as a futon salesman. Once, he shared an elevator with Jean Claude Van Damme.
Now a Los Angeles-based screenwriter, he writes movies about high school, underdogs, superheroes, road trips, old cars, bowling, barbeque, leprechaun gangsters, impossible quests, breakfast cereal, best friends, true love, and the unluckiest guy in the world. When he’s not busy typing, Tony plays the trumpet in rock and roll bands and cooks meat over fire. His favorite color is orange.
Posted on August 22, 2017 - by writerman
This is something I wrote for the fine people over at The Black List as part of their series on Essential Rock & Roll movies. It concerns a very important piece of modern American cinema. ————– It wasn’t easy to choose my essential rock movie. A complete compendium of my favorite rock and roll films […]
Posted on November 9, 2016 - by writerman
Last night, while election results were rolling in, my two-year-old pooped his pants. This morning, I realized that Wyatt’s potty-training accident and America’s election were one in the same. And so I write this note both to my little guy and to my United States of America: ———- Hey you – we need to talk […]