About

Stephanie Yuhas-Photo by Rachel Troche

Stephanie Yuhas is a screenwriter and creative consultant. She specializes in writing and developing original narrative productions for comedy and animation. She graduated with honors from the Philadelphia University of Arts with a BFA in Animation. Yuhas is most well known for her work on MST3K: The Return (Netflix) and Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (Cinemassacre).

Additional works include multiple award-winning film, Vessel (writer/director), Moot (series creator/writer), Nerd vs. Geek (series creator/writer), OverAnalyzers (series creator/writer), Victorian Cut-Out Theatre (writer/producer), Living in 8-Bits (writer/producer), and over a dozen short films. You can see these projects on Cinevore.com.

Her debut book, American Goulash, was published by BookTrope and won the PNWA Nancy Pearl “Best Memoir” Award in 2015, as well as the Cartoon Connection “Best Development Property” Award for its animated series adaptation (Guru Studios.)

Before moving to Los Angeles, Yuhas was a writer/producer for Crystalline Studios, where she oversaw video projects in the Greater Philadelphia area. Her clients included eBay, Longwood Gardens, and The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.

She is also the co-founder of Project Twenty1, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that runs programs for emerging filmmakers (the 21-Day Filmmaking Competition and Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival). Her life’s mission is to solve complex problems through humor and creativity.

In her spare time, Yuhas likes to travel to weird locations from Atlas Obscura, binge on Netflix shows, and hunt for the world’s best taco (Current Winner: Tacos Puebla, Norristown, PA.)

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