Philip LaZebnik has numerous film, stage, and TV writing credits, both in Los Angeles and Europe. His credits include the screenplays for the DreamWorks animated feature The Prince of Egypt and Disney’s animated features Pocahontas and Mulan. He also contributed to the scripts of ANTZ, SHREK, and THE ROAD TO EL DORADO. His European screen credits include the films The Three Investigators: the Mystery of Skeleton Island and The Three Investigators: the Secret of Terror Castle, produced by Studio Hamburg; The Treasure of the Templar Knights, The Treasure of the Templar Knights II: The Black Brotherhood, and The Treasure of the Templar Knights III: The Snake Crown, produced by M&M Films and Nordisk Films; Asterix and the Vikings for M6 Studio; as well as numerous other films and TV series in development. More recently, he has been working on the animated film Asterix and the Domain of the Gods, and he has been the head writer for the highly successful Danish TV series Ludvig and Santa Claus. Co-author with Kingsley Day of the award-winning musical Summer Stock Murder and the international comedy hit Tour de Farce, he has also written the books for two musicals with songs by Stephen Schwartz: My Fairy Tale, which premiered in Copenhagen in 2005 as part of Denmark’s Hans Christian Andersen bicentennial celebration and had its American premiere in Solvang, California, in 2011; and Prince of Egypt, with productions at the San Francisco Bay area’s Theatreworks in 2017 and at Denmark’s Fredericia Teter in 2018. LaZebnik’s series television credits as writer-producer include Wings, Day by Day, The Torkelsons, and Almost Home. He also wrote episodes for Star Trek: Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. LaZebnik has served on the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America, west and the Writers Branch Executive Committee of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The screenplay for Mulan won the 1998 Annie Award for best animation screenplay.