Marc Guggenheim


Marc, a life-long comic book reader, collector and fan, has been writing comics professionally since 2005, beginning with a two-issue stint on DC Comics’ Aquaman which he parlayed into a seven-issue run on Marvel Comics’ Wolverine, writing that title’s tie-in to its Marvel Civil War event. His other comic book credits include Blade and Hyperion vs. Nighthawk for Marvel and Superman/Batman and The Flashfor DC.

After becoming an attorney, Marc decided to pursue writing for movies and television. Later that same year, he obtained a staff position on David E. Kelley’s The Practice and sold his screenplay, Musical Chairs. These gigs led to an opportunity to join the writing staff of Law & Order, where he wrote for three seasons before moving on to such series as the critically-acclaimed Jack & Bobby and the ratings juggernaut CSI: Miami. He is currently serving as a Consulting Producer on the hit series Brothers & Sisters while simultaneously executive producing a pilot for Touchstone/ABC about a prophetic attorney.

While maintaining a successful career in television, Marc simultaneously pursued other creative avenues. He was the first screenwriter to be hired by software company Microsoft, lending his talents to Perfect Dark Zero, one of the launch titles for the Xbox 360. He also served as the writer for the videogame blockbuster Call of Duty 3.

Marc lives in Los Angeles with his wife Tara (a WGA Award-nominated Co-Executive Producer on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), their six month-old, Lily, and their cat Rocky.




Graphic Novels by Marc Guggenheim


Comics Singles by Marc Guggenheim