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Charles Welty started writing in radio in 1976. After completing an award-winning radio documentary (The Spirit in ’76), he went on to produce a series of public service announcements (radio and television) for the Faith America Foundation. Mr. Welty was later retained to write the screenplay for Minnesota Connection, based on the popular Warner paperback. (The picture starred Joseph Campanella and Rosie Greer.)

Charles Welty joined the Writers Guild of America in 1981. Mr. Welty went on to write and co-produce the pilot for a television series, Build it, America!, which was produced by CCR Video in Hollywood, a publicly-traded company. In 1984, he wrote a full-length treatment for a motion picture fantasy adventure called Altarion’s Hero. After writing and producing numerous radio and television commercials for a number of years, Mr. Welty went on to write a feature-length science fiction mystery/thriller for theatrical release, The Rankin Paradox.

In 1997, Mr. Welty began the background research on Forever the Boys, and recommended writer-director Mark Byers to prepare the first draft of the screen story for the picture. Mr. Welty went on to prepare the first draft of the screenplay for Forever the Boys, the biographical motion picture on the life and work of the Three Stooges. 

In 1998, Mr. Welty began to develop Venture Theater, a 45-minute stage play on entrepreneurship for young people. He completed the screenplay for Without Due Process, a political-action thriller, in 2001. Mr. Welty completed the script for The Problem of Cell 13, a suspense thriller, in October of 2001. He completed Ben-Yehuda in October of 2002.

In April of 2004, Mr. Welty completed the script for Ameristan, a political-action thriller, and began the process of adapting the script to a novel with David Scott. The novel is expected to be released in late 2006 or early 2007.

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