Melissa Anne Rosenberg (August 28, 1962) is an American screenwriter. It has worked in film and television and has been nominated for two Emmy Awards and two Writers Guild of America Awards, and won a Peabody Award. Since his joining the Writers Guild of America or WGA, it has participated in its governing body and was Captain during the 2007-2008 writers strike. She supports writers female on the Diversity Committee of WGA and co-founder of the League of women writers in Hollywood.

Grown in Marin County, California, graduating in dance and theatre at the University of Bennington in Vermont, but instead decided to make a career in film, then graduated from the University of Southern California with a master’s degree in film and television production. He worked in several television series from 1993-2003 before joining the staff of writers of The O.C., eventually left the series to write the Step Up for the 2006 film. In 2006, he began writing for Showtime series Dexter, which, has recently completed the fourth season as principal writer and executive producer. Wrote his second indent produced for the movie twilight by Stephenie Meyer novel adaptation in 2007, and since then has done it with two sequels to the novel, New Moon and Eclipse.

Early years

Rosenberg was born and raised in Marin County, California. His father is Jack Lee Rosenberg, a psicoterapista and founder of the Integrative Body Psychotherapy or IBP (integrative body psychotherapy), and his mother was Patricia Rosenberg, a lawyer. She was the second of four children of his father’s first marriage. The Rosenberg father was Jewish and his mother was source católico-irlandés. When girl, Rosenberg enjoyed presenting works and calling other children neighbouring to act in their shows. Attended a “massive public secondary school with a crowd of people crowded in a classroom and were expected to learn” in Southern California, and later moved to New York City to join a small theatre company of moving again to Bennington, Vermont to attend the University of Bennington.[ 1 ] In its beginning aspired to work in dance and choreography, which is what he studied at the University and describes it as his “first love”.[ 2 ] She says that he started too late, however, moved to Los Angeles, California to better their career in the film industry. Graduated from the programme production of Peter Stark of the University of Southern California with a master’s degree in Fine arts in film and television production.