SQUEAKY MOORE | PROFILE
Squeaky Moore is an award-winning director, writer, producer, and author of #100Pitches: Mistakes I've Made So You Don't Have To. The book is a film and television pitching guide geared towards independent content creators and the do’s and don’ts of pitching television and film projects. She also created The Pitch 101 blog as a resource to help content creators bridge the gap between independent projects to the small and big screens.
A Chicago native, Squeaky received an MFA from Roosevelt University’s Conservatory. A natural storyteller with a “gift for gab,” she began using her writing and directing gifts in 1999 after she created and staged a variety show, “Ack Like U know”, which served as the catalyst to her starting her production company, Moore Squeaky Productions. She later staged an improv-based comedy show, "Guud Timez"; based on the 1970s, “Good Times” TV sitcom, followed by directing, “The Ugly Man.”
Later, Squeaky moved to New York City to pursue acting and would soon transition into fulfilling her passion for writing, directing and producing after “64,” a project on father-absent homes that she produced, and assist directed, became a viral sensation. Following that, Squeaky produced, “Father’s Day?”, a film that addresses the effects of absentee fathers; which debuted on the launch Aspire TV Network. Squeaky’s recent directing and producing credits include The Positive Controversy,” a variety show in which she is the show-runner, “Face of Darkness - Journey to Healing,” a documentary that explores depression and suicide in the African American communities, and the award-winning short, What If...Then What?