Facts of Terri Tatchell Biography
|Place of birth||Canada|
Terri Tatchell, born on 1978 is a Canadian screenwriter best known for her co-written screenplay of District 9. She graduated from Vancouver Film School with a degree in Writing for Film and Television in 2001.
Terri Tatchell started her career as a screenwriter in 2006 through a short action movie Adicolor Yellow, which was directed by her husband Neill Blomkamp. Later, the couple wrote the movie District 9 together in 2008 which was overwhelmingly appreciated worldwide. Terri, along with her husband, became a global point of attention after the movie District 9 became a box office hit. She won the Bradbury Award in 2009 from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America for her work on the screenplay.
After the grand success of District 9, she got offers from several movies but rejected them saying she wanted to do her own project. Following it, Terrie worked with her husband for the movie Chappie; a science-fiction comedy movie, which released in 2015 and was widely appreciated. Besides screenwriter, she has started working as a writer-producer in the movies.
Terri Tatchell is married to Neill Blomkamp who is a writer, director, animator and producer himself and has a daughter, Cassidy Blomkamp, with him.Her most of the screenwriting works are in collaboration with her husband. There is no sign of separation till now and the family seems to be in perfect happiness.