DANA FOX (Screenwriter) received a B.A. degree in English and Art History from Stanford University in 1998 and a graduate degree from USC's Peter Stark Producing Program in 2000. Her debut screenplay, The Wedding Date, was produced by Gold Circle, 26 Films and Jessica Bendinger, went into production four months from completion of the first draft and was released by Universal in 2005.
Since then, Fox has worked steadily in features on both rewrites (including 27 Dresses for Spyglass and Fox 2000) and originals. She sold her original idea, What Happens in Vegas, to 20th Century Fox as a pitch. Fox is currently writing Male Doula for Vince Vaughn and Universal. As a producer, she is developing How to Get Divorced By 30 with Marc Platt and Universal. Fox was named one of Variety's Top Ten Screenwriters to Watch for 2007.