Joined 5 years ago from West Palm Beach, Florida
Herb Sennett has been actively involved in the performing arts for over 40 years as producer, director, performer, and teacher. Although a trained educator, he has stayed in the middle of the business side of theatre and film. Currently, Herb spends his spare time writing novels.
Herb was raised in South Norfolk, Virginia, where he graduated from Oscar F. Smith High School. He then received his undergraduate education at Arkansas State University (B.S.E.). He holds graduate degrees in theatre and communication arts at University of Memphis (M.A.), Florida Atlantic University (M.F.A.), and Louisiana State University where he received the Ph.D.
Herb retired in May, 2016, from his teaching posts in communications and theatre at Broward College at the Hollywood, Florida, campus, and at Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, Florida. He taught film production and screenwriting at the Palm Beach and Miami Film Schools between 2004 and 2013.
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