Bill Fitzhugh is the award-winning author of eleven satiric crime novels. His debut, “Pest Control” was translated into half a dozen languages; the film rights sold to Warner Brothers; it was produced as a popular radio show in Germany, and as a stage musical in Los Angeles. His most recent book is “A PERFECT HARVEST.” In between, he published nine other comic thrillers and satires, along with a half dozen short stories. The New York Times put him in a league with Carl Hiaasen and Elmore Leonard, calling him “a strange and deadly amalgam of screenwriter and comic novelist.” The late, great Molly Ivins proclaimed, “Fitzhugh is one seriously funny guy.” He wrote, produced, and hosted “Fitzhugh’s All Hand-Mixed Vinyl” for five years on Sirius-XM’s Deep Tracks channel. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and a pack of wild dogs and some chickens.
Bill recently produced GRT’s production of The Desperate Hours. He also wrote the play Last Exit for Lodging for GRT’s outdoor production of Motel 66. His full-length play, The Altruist, is in development at GRT.