American screenwriter Andrew Marlowe graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English Literature. He went on to attend the University of Southern California, where he got his MFA in Screenwriting. Later, he won the Nicholl Fellowship award for screenwriting for his script The Lehigh Pirates. Soon after, he wrote Apogee, a space adventure, which he sold for $500,000. Marlowe later went on to write Air Force One, End of Days, and Hollow Man. He has also written the scripts for Hammer Down, Alien Prison, and a Western intended for Harrison Ford and John Woo. All three of those scripts are unproduced.
Currently, Marlowe is executive producer and a writer for the ABC series he created, Castle. He is also working on two film screenplays, Manhunt and a film adaption of the comic book series Nick Fury.
Marlowe currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Terri Miller (who is also a screenwriter) and their two children.