Monisha Dadlani is a graduate of University of Southern California's BFA Acting and film programs. Currently she is a writer, actor and filmmaker based in Los Angeles and New York.

She recently completed Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s content acceleration program, Imagine Impact through Imagine Entertainment, where she developed a half-hour high school comedy under the mentorship of writer/producer Seth Grahame-Smith.

 

In 2019, she was a semi-finalist in The Black List x Women in Film's Episodic Lab, a finalist in ScreenCraft's Pilot Launch Competition and was a recipient of Roadmap Writer's Diversity Initiative Competition.

Her directorial debut short film, “Condoms & Cherries,” which inspired the series is running the festival circuit with a recent world premiere at the Cleveland International Film Festival.

The half-hour high school comedic teleseries, "Condoms & Cherries" is currently in development with Sony Pictures Television.


When not writing, she leads unconventional, renegade tours at the Getty Museum to uphold Museum Hack's official company motto: Museums Are F***ing Awesome. Her favorite “un-highlight” is a bronze statue with a removable penis (no joke).