Chris Sorensen is an award-winning screenwriter, playwright and audiobook narrator with an affinity for the strange and bizarre. He's been scribbling stories ever since he was a kindergartener, never going anywhere without pen and paper. After a run-in with a commuter bus sidelined his acting career, Chris turned to writing, becoming part of the Thin Air Theatre Company, resident company at the Butte Theater in Colorado. TATC has since produced thirteen of his full-length plays (the majority to record-breaking attendance) including Dr. Jekyll's Medicine Show, Angel of the Christmas Mine, Haunting at the Old Homestead and Sherlock Holmes and the Cripple Creek Ripper. He has numerous screenplays in various stages of development, including Suckerville (Winner Writers Boot Camp Horror Fellowship), Bee Tornado (Finalist StoryPros Contest) and Triumvirate. Intrinsic Value Films (Experimenter, Blue Caprice) has tapped him to write a found footage horror script as well as a television adaptation of the same. As an audiobook narrator, he has recorded over 150 titles for Audible, Recorded Books, Hachette, HarperCollins, Penguin and others. He has received three AudioFile Earphones Awards, and his recording of Sent by Margaret Peterson Haddix was selected as one of the Best Audiobooks of 2010 by AudioFile. Chris lives in western New Jersey where he enjoys perfecting his curry recipe, searching out vintage objects for his wife's gift shop, teaching his mutts oddball tricks and generally avoiding the spooky hallway that runs past his office.
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