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Mini Bio (1)

David Berenbaum is a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He is best known for writing the 2003 Will Ferrell Christmas comedy classic, "Elf". He also wrote "The Haunted Mansion" for Disney, based off the famous theme park ride; the film starred Eddie Murphy. In 2014, it was announced Berenbaum was penning the sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: David Palmer

Trivia (3)

David Berenbaum has sold his speculative script "Christmas in New Jersey", which is currently in development. He then joined Walt Disney's Writers in Residence Program where he has penned scripts for the upcoming Walt Disney's The Haunted Mansion (2003) and a rewrite for a remake of "Herbie the Love Bug" which is also in development.
Brother of Michael Berenbaum.
David Berenbaum has sold his pitch for a comedy about a bumbling detective, which he is currently writing. There is still no official title for the project. [August 2002]

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