A very funny person.
Sara Ghaleb is a writer and comedian in Los Angeles, California. She has a BFA in Dramatic Writing from New York University - Tisch, with a concentrate in television comedy. Her work is currently being performed by The Ruby LA house team The Burbs, which you can see the 3rd Saturday of every month at 8pm. She is also a writer and co-creator of the scripted mystery podcast Arden.
I am a freelance pop culture writer who has been published in Paste Magazine, Vox, and other outlets.
LEGENDS OF TOMORROW IS STILL TV’S WEIRDEST, GREATEST SUPERHERO SHOW
Season three took the best parts of the show — its humor, its fearlessness, and its heart — to new heights, and strengthened the case for its status as a top-tier superhero series.
ASEXUALITY IS STILL HUGELY MISUNDERSTOOD. TV IS SLOWLY CHANGING THAT.
A complete history of asexuality on television. Going through the last fifteen years of television to examine how representation of asexuality had changed.
THE UNCOMFORTABLE LEGACY OF BUFFY'S XANDER HARRIS
"If there is a woman who fights the forces of evil, then right behind her will always be a nerdy everyman trying to get out of the friendzone.
Let’s call this archetype “The Xander.”
I created, wrote, produced, and directed Arden with Chris Dole and Emily VanDerWerff. Arden is a 12-part comedy mystery audio drama following Bea, a reporter, and Brenda, a detective, trying to unravel the mysterious disappearance of a young starlet.
Arden has been featured on Apple Podcasts New & Noteworthy, The AV Club's Podmass, and on Spotify as a "gripping audio drama"
If you live in the Los Angeles area I offer one on-one-script consultations, dialogue punch-up, and detailed feedback on structure and character.