Bob Saenz is a screenwriter and actor, his dozen plus written and produced works include Hallmark’s “Help for the Holidays”, “Rescuing Madison”, “Sweet Surrender”, On the 12th Day of Christmas”, “Sound of Christmas”, “The Right Girl”, “Christmas in Love”, and the theatrical black comedy thriller “Extracurricular Activities”. He has two faith-based films he wrote releasing this year, “Church People” with Stephen Baldwin, and “The Farmer and the Belle”, a God centered Christmas film. He’s sold three other film scripts and one TV pilot not produced yet and does rewrites, book adaptations, and script polishes for hire on film and TV projects for Producers and Production Companies.
He’s the author of the popular screenwriting book “That’s Not the Way It Works: a no-nonsense guide to the craft and business of screenwriting” and he speaks, teaches, and panels at writers’ conferences and film festivals across the country, including the Mount Herman Christian Writers Conference and the ICVM Storytellers Conference in Nashville. His acting roles include a 6-year run recurring character run on the TV show “Nash Bridges”, Hallmark Hall of Fame’s “Valley of Light”, Francis Ford Coppola’s “Jack”, David Fincher’s “Zodiac”, Finn Taylor’s “Unleashed”, “Church People”, and “The Village Barbershop”, among dozens of others. He was a radio DJ on KYCY in San Francisco, played guitar and sung the last 10 years in the 60’s rock band The BSides, and has done voice work on video games, documentaries, and commercials.