For the past twenty years, William Wisher
has enjoyed a prolific screenwriting career. A native of Los Angeles, his first major credit was James Cameron
's 1991 hit Terminator 2: Judgment Day, the sequel to the Arnold Schwarzenegger
blockbuster The Terminator, on which Wisher also worked and received an additional dialogue credit.
Wisher first collaborated with director Cameron on a short film called Xenogenesis. In 1989 he earned his first writer's credit on the NBC telefilm Desperado. Subsequently, he served as an uncredited writer on such films as Die Hard With a Vengeance, Broken Arrow, and Eraser. Wisher's other credits include writing the screenplays for Judge Dredd, starring Sylvester Stallone and The 13th Warrior, starring Antonio Banderas for director John McTiernan.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
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