Jon Lonoff's writing credits range from an adaptation of Aesop’s Fables for marionettes to a training film for Sunoco gas station attendants. His theatrical and film writing has included The Garbage Cantata (with Barry Keating), a musical about recycling, commissioned and produced by Riverbarge Productions, published by Samuel French, and later produced for video by the United Nations; The Dark Knight, an independent film which won the Silver Award for Comedy at the Houston WorldFest Film Festival and was subsequently developed into an NBC-TV movie; and Key Changes and Other Disasters, awarded Best Musical Revue by the National Association of Cabaret and Concert Artists. He is particularly proud of his work on a documentary film about Nepal, Top of the World (with Bill Kern, produced by Second Type Productions) which has won awards at film festivals all over the world. His play Skin Deep, originally developed at the Workshop Theater Company in New York City, was published in 2009 by Samuel French and has received over 40 stock and amateur productions throughout the US and internationally, including Sweden and Australia. Skin Deep has also been produced under the name Have I Got a Girl for You. Jon has a BA in English Literature from Middlebury College and an MFA in Acting from New York University Tisch School of the Arts.