David Light & Joseph Raso

Writers / Executive Producers: ZOMBIES 2
David Light and Joseph Raso first teamed up as writing partners in Columbia University's Graduate Film Division. They have since created, wrote and sold comedy pilots to NBC, SONY, ABC Family, Nickelodeon, Disney Channel and CBC. Their music-driven comedy pilot "Zombies & Cheerleaders," which they co-executive produced and wrote, became the springboard for the Disney Channel Original Movie "ZOMBIES," which they wrote and co-produced. Their "ZOMBIES" teleplay was nominated for a Humanitas Prize, an award honoring film and television writers whose work inspires compassion, hope and understanding. After the huge success of "ZOMBIES," the pair reteamed to write and executive produce the highly anticipated sequel, "ZOMBIES 2." Light was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Cheltenham High School and then Columbia University. After college, he animated on the feature film "Cats Don't Dance" before working at Nickelodeon and MTV Animation as a development executive. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children. Raso, the son of Italian immigrants, was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is a graduate of McGill University and attended film school at Columbia University in New York City. He is the writer and director of several award-winning shorts and creator/executive producer and writer of the series "Seed." He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. Light and Raso are represented by William Morris Endeavor.