Paul Enger, Playwright
September 10, 1927 ‐ November 29, 2013
Paul Enger began his career as a newspaper reporter for UPI before joining CBS News as a staff writer. Paul has written for all the major news and public affairs programs on CBS, as well as for ABC-TV�s Good Morning, America and its daytime serial All My Children. In recent years, he has written scripts for A&E Cable and The History Channel. Paul holds three awards from the Writers Guild of America for broadcast scripts in news and public affairs, and is the recipient of the International Radio New York Festival Gold Award for a script he wrote for Walter Cronkite's 20th Century. Paul Enger is the author of nine full-length plays. His plays have been produced Off Broadway and at regional theatres. Paul is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, and is a member of The Writers Guild of America-East, President of the Horizons for Unlimited Growth (H.U.G.) Foundation, and serves on the Council of the Episcopal Actors Guild. Paul Enger has been a member of the Stageplays Board of Directors for the past three years.