LESLYE HEADLAND is a Los Angeles-based playwright and television writer. She holds a B.F.A. in Drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She studied at Playwrights Horizons Theater School where she was awarded the Robert Moss Prize. LA THEATRE: Writer/Director of the Seven Deadly Plays series produced and premiered by the IAMA Theatre Company. The series includes “Cinephilia” (lust), “Bachelorette” (gluttony), “Assistance” (greed), “Surfer Girl” (sloth), “Reverb” (wrath) and “The Accidental Blonde” (envy). NY THEATRE: “Cinephilia” (Theatre Row) and “Bachelorette” (Second Stage Uptown). TV: “Terriers” on FX created by Ted Griffin and produced by Shawn Ryan. She is currently developing a pilot for HBO based on Julie Klausner’s memoir “I Don’t Care About Your Band” produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell.