Fred A. Pezzulli wrote numerous plays which were produced in New York and in regional theatres. He was also a retired physician and used his medical background in several plays. Produced plays include: "Rattlesnake", "Ginny", "The Iron Horse Cafe", "Nina's Valentine", "St. Petersburg On The Hudson", "Stalingrad", "A Small Inconvenience", "Managed Care", "Doc Burns And Mrs. Teter", "The Doubling Time", "The Encounter", "Unrequited Love", and "The Trial of Klaus Barbie". In collaboration with Russian director Aleksey Burago he adapted the following Russian works for the American stage: On The Eve" by Ivan Turgenev, "In Paris" by I. Bunin, and "An Absolutely Happy Village" by Boris Vakhtin. Fred studied playwrighting with Paul Selig, Katherine Long, and Tina Howe. He was a founding member of the 42nd Street WorkShop, and a member the Playwright/DirectorsWorkshop of the Actors Studio. Originally from Elkins, WV he died on November 23, 2021 in New York City.