Scott Rosenfelt is one of Hollywood's most successful independent producers. On the strength of such films as Smoke Signals, Home Alone, Mystic Pizza, Teen Wolf and Extremities, Scott has garnered international acclaim and recognition. Home Alone is one of the highest grossing films of all time, and has generated over $1 billion worldwide. Rosenfelt is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the arts.
As a screenwriter, Steve has written for Universal, Dreamworks, Warner Bros., MGM, Imagine, Paramount, CBS, A&E, FX, SpikeTV, Sony, and Disney, including co-writing the screenplays for Heartbreakers (2001, MGM), Liar, Liar (Universal, 1997), and The Little Rascals (Universal, 1994), and writing the teleplays for The Crooked E (CBS, 2003) and Wedding Wars (A&E, 2006). He's taught screenwriting at AFI, USC, and UCLA Extension. Steve also served as a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Los Angeles.