Michael Coulombe has been working professionally as a script supervisor in the film and television industry for the past five years. Born in Anaheim California, he spent his more formidable years in Riverside, and currently resides in Los Angeles.
Michael Coulombe is the Co-Founder of the Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival in Big Bear Lake, CA; a festival which celebrates emerging filmmakers in the Horror and Sci-fi genres.
After getting the ball rolling in Big Bear, Michael turned his concentrations to his other passions Writing and Directing for the stage and screen.
Michael's first play "You Can Call Me Eve," was produced by Write Act Repertory in Hollywood, CA, and premiered in December to both critical and audience acclaim. He will be shooting his first horror short Ax in March, and his feature length script "Eden Falls", co-written by Martin Rogers and Victor Miller (Emmy winner and writer of the original Friday the 13th), is now in development.
He is also a published author. His poetry book "Swimming the Storm" is available through amazon.com.