Tracee Beebe is an award-winning screenwriter whose stories focus on damaged characters and their relationships with each other. Her passion is writing "horror with heart" - genre fair with an underlying message.
Her short film, DOG YEARS (2018), has garnered her multiple festival awards, including Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Female Filmmaker.
Tracee's award winning script, GOODBYE SIRENA, was an official selection of the 2018 Austin Film Festival (an Oscar's qualifier) and her most recent horror short, DATE FROM HELL is starting to make the festival rounds to great critical acclaim.
She has a knack for taking a producer/director's concept and translating it into a workable screenplay and as such has worked as writer-for-hire on several projects for Anne Marie Gillen ("Ark" "Persephone" "Fried Green Tomatoes") as well as for Capastany Films, Evolutionary Films, and, most recently, Mystic Movie Productions/Epagon Pictures ("Mortal Guard: Eternae").
When not writing or working on set, Tracee coaches other writers and also works as a coverage reader for both screenwriting contests and literary managers.
Tracee's previous career as a horse trainer, and her work in animal rescue, has flavored much of her work and given her the tenacity to believe that anything is possible if you just work hard enough along with the humility to know that there is always more to learn.
Tracee grew up on her family farm in Napa Valley, California. She currently lives near Austin, TX with a pack of rescued dogs and horses.