Sarah Zucker is a writer of television, comedy shorts and features with her partner Patrick Rogers. Their work focuses on female-driven/queer narratives and camp sensibilities.
Sarah and Patrick work with animator Bronwyn Lundberg on comedic shorts for Super Deluxe. In 2017, they created "Shows that Weren't," a series of TV trope fever dreams, and are currently releasing "Panic Attacks," a series of spooky YA Novels about the anxieties of modern adulthood.
Their one-hour dramedy Church is a top-rated 2016 pilot on The Black List. The script follows the drag queens of a historic cabaret in Akron, Ohio struggling to keep their bar afloat as they each vie to become the new headlining star.
Their one-hour dramedy pilot The Sun Set was a finalist for the 2016 Women in Film / The Black List Episodic Lab. The pilot centers on rival “Sewing Circles” of closeted women, the free-spirited Sun Set and the prim A-Lines, who clash over sexual jealousies and differences in propriety as they strive for professional advancement in 1930s Hollywood.
She holds a BA in Creative Writing for the Media from Northwestern University, and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU, where she was the recipient of the Venable Herndon Award for Excellence in Graduate Screenwriting.