Steven Fialkoff,
(Playwright) Steve is the proud recipient of two Emmy awards. After thirty years of editing other people's stories, films, documentaries, TV shows and commercials, Steve decided it was time for something different and began writing plays. ​

He created the original story about five teens trapped in the Terezin Ghetto which turned into  the book for the musical drama, "The Tiny Mustache"

     Delving into his own family history, with the help of his 99-year old Aunt Esther, who revealed a family secret around the Holocaust, Steve created another original story on which to base the book for  "The Number." 

 He could not do these original works without the support of his family. Spouse, Dr. Marcia Grossman, his daughters, his brother, Jay and his Mom, Maxine Fialkoff.

      ​Steve attended James Madison High School, Brooklyn College  and graduated from Binghamton University in New York.