(1960 - )
Charlie Fletcher is a British screenwriter and author. After many years writing for film and television, he is now probably best known for his children's novel, Stoneheart. After studying English Literature at university, Fletcher began his career in the film business and then progressed to the BBC where he worked in film editing on everything from Drama to Current Affairs.He then went to California where he became a screenwriter, having been awarded a Warner Brothers Fellowship in Screenwriting at USC School of Cinema and TV. He wrote screenplays for Tri-Star, MGM, Paramount and Warner Bros among others. He continues to write for the movies, and also television.