The Nantucket Film Festival’s long list of screenplay readings demonstrates its commitment to the written word. This year, we are thrilled to bring you a TV script.
BOB FISHER’S MY ROOMMATE
The almost true story of the time 28-year-old Spencer Sloan lived with his 50-year-old boss, Bob Fisher, in a two-bedroom apartment in Chicago during the filming of the first season of the USA Network show Sirens. In the freezing cold and 2,000 miles from home,, they had only each other and Denis Leary to keep them sane.
Bob Fisher is the executive producer and co-creator of the USA Network half-hour comedy series Sirens. Before that, Fisher created and executive produced Traffic Light for Fox. Fisher also co-wrote the features Wedding Crashers and We’re the Millers.
Spencer Sloan was born and raised in Los Angeles and is a University of California, Los Angeles alum. He was the staff writer for the USA Network’s half-hour series Sirens. Before that, he was a showrunner’s assistant on Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 and Traffic Light, where he met Bob Fisher. He is currently on more than one dating app.
Thursday, June 25 | 6:30 P.M. | Dreamland Main
More cast members to be announced.
Participants included: Scott Adsit, Brandy Burre, Tom Cavanagh, Rory Culkin, Chris Matthews, and Fred Willard