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Khari Wyatt

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Sheree Guitar Entertainment
(310) 286-1900

Khari Wyatt is the descendant of runaway slaves and inner-city America with its adversities,

tragedies and triumphs; the son of high school sweethearts: a mother who is an artist and a father who courageously moved his young family from the rust-belt to our Nation's Capital to find a better life; the grandson of men who wore blue collars in auto plants and on railroad trains; the grandson of women who taught Sunday school and waitressed in greasy spoons. He is a writer.

His screenwriting has placed in competitions including, Disney/ABC Writers Program, Sony Pictures Entertainment Diversity Writers Program, AMC One-Hour Drama competition and Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition among others. Some fellowships and grants he's received came from MacDowell, the Guy Hanks/Marvin Miller Screenwriting Program, and Panavision New Filmmaker Equipment Grant.

His plays have been commissioned, developed or had readings at Chalk Rep, Circle X Theatre, Morgan-Wixson Theatre, Antaeus Theatre Co., and Moving Arts. He was one of eleven writers of #While We Breathe: A Night of Creative Protest, a streaming theatrical event produced by Brian Moreland and Arvind Ethan David. He was a finalist for New Dramatists, and a semifinalist for the O'Neill NPC, Ashland New Play Festival, Dramatists Guild Foundation Virtual Fellowship, and Bay Street Theater New Works Festival.

Wyatt is an alumnus of Howard University and earned an MFA in Film from Columbia University in the City of New York.


Male, BIPOC, Black

Khari Wyatt


Crime Drama

Taylor St. Brown, a political fundraiser, is forced to confront the demons of his marriage as he engages in a no-holds-barred hunt to find his wife after she goes missing from the scene of a political assassination.


Crime Drama

A banished preacher turned biker returns home to wheel through an odyssey of family secrets and political corruption to meet a destiny he cannot outrun.


Crime Drama

A disgraced LAPD detective enlists the help of friends as she hunts the criminal who cost her everything: the same man she's dangerously in love with.

Character-driven, BIPOC-centric, Crime, Thriller, Procedural

Male, BIPOC, Black


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