Ed Solomon was born on the 15th of September 1960. He is an American writer, producer and director. He began his career in college as a joke writer, stand up comedian, and playwright and, while still in college, was a staff writer for Laverne & Shirley — making him (at the time) the youngest member of the Writers Guild of America. He then spent three years writing the cult Showtime TV series, It's Garry Shandling's Show, and has created critically acclaimed hit franchise films in each of the past four decades, including Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (with Chris Matheson) (the 1980s), Men in Black (90s), Charlie's Angels (00s) and X-Men (uncredited - 2000s) and Now You See Me (’10s).
In March 2016 he completed production on Mosaic, a 12-hour long-form TV project for HBO in collaboration with director Steven Soderbergh, and is currently working on The Invisible Man for Universal Studios and Johnny Depp.
Born on: 15 September, 1960
Born in: Saratoga, California, United States