A native of Silver Spring, MD, Andrew W. Marlowe received his B.A. in English Literature from Columbia University and his MFA in screenwriting from USC’s School of Cinema-Television. In 1992 he received the prestigious Nicholl Fellowship from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his USC thesis screenplay, The Lehigh Pirates.
Marlowe's first produced screenplay was the action blockbuster Air Force One, starring Harrison Ford and directed by Wolfgang Petersen. Other credits include the Arnold Schwarzenegger millennial thriller End of Days and the sci-fi thriller Hollow Man, directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Kevin Bacon and Elisabeth Shue.
A member of the Motion Picture Academy, Marlowe chairs the Academy’s Academic and Institutional Grants Committee. He also serves on the boards of the Writers Guild Foundation, and the USC School of Cinematic Arts’ Alumni Development Council.
Marlowe is currently the Creator and Executive Producer of ABC’s hit TV series Castle which is currently in its third season.