Public Records for Steven Balcer
Steven Balcer has distinguished himself in multiple fields including military service, journalism and authorship. Additionally, he has dedicated significant amounts of his time and efforts towards community service work and activism.
He has lectured at colleges in America, Japan and Australia regarding writing and art as well as their obligations within democratic societies.
He has participated in various exhibitions.
Early Life and Education
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He served as Assistant and Associate Athletics Director at Chestnut Hill College from 2003 until his departure in 2008. In that capacity, he oversaw its intercollegiate athletic programs and oversaw men’s basketball at Philadelphia Textile (now Jefferson) as well as Lower Moreland High School and Abington Friends School during that period.
In 2017, he wrote and produced Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, an inventive account of the 1989 murders of Beverly Hills socialites by their sons. Starring Edie Falco, Heather Graham, Josh Charles, and Elizabeth Reaser as protagonists. It premiered on NBC during Fall 2017.
From 2003-2014, Balcer worked at the FDA. During his time there he prepared responses and corrective action plans for software and quality system related regulatory observations; developed and implemented global computer validation and data integrity programs; as well as led multiple quality system digital transformation projects.
The Council, an ambitious 10-episode series from Lark Productions (the makers of Motive), Keston International Productions and others will center around an Arctic town where there has been a ritualistic killing that leads to an international conspiracy.
She was an outspoken proponent for mental health issues among athletes, particularly during and after the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Additionally, she openly addressed her own struggles with anxiety and depression. She leaves behind three sons (Steven of Effingham; Terri Kalan of Santa Maria; Mary); two daughters; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter).
Achievement and Honors
Balcer has distinguished himself as a prolific television writer by earning both an Emmy for writing and producing Law & Order, as well as three Edgar Awards from Mystery Writers of America. Furthermore, he wrote the series finale for Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
He is an accomplished public speaker who has shared his personal journey of overcoming adversity while living according to the U.S. Marine Corps motto, “Always Faithful.” Additionally, he has led many discussions and meetings to build consensus, partnerships, and coalitions around veterans affairs issues and stopping those in need from being neglected or denied necessary services.
He was also an award-winning college coach as the men’s basketball head coach at Chestnut Hill College from 2006 to 2012. During that time, he successfully guided their program through its transition from NCAA Division II into postseason play and guided it toward championship contention.
Balcer has made great strides towards reaching his success but remains dedicated to serving others and giving back. He takes great pleasure in public speaking and being part of his family life, advocating for veterans while being true to the U.S. Marine Corps motto, “Always Faithful.”
He co-wrote and directed the documentary Above the Drowning Sea narrated by Julianna Margulies and Tony Goldwyn, based on the true story of Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi persecution by fleeing to Shanghai during WWII.
He is the recipient of multiple accolades and awards, such as the Peabody Award, four EMMY Awards (three for writing for Law & Order: Criminal Intent and one for Law & Order: Trial Edition) and an Academy Award nomination. Zackary lives in Bedford, Ohio with Isaac as their two sons.
Recently, Balcer has been developing a series for Starz called WonderWorld that is co-executive produced by Owen Wilson and Fred Berner. Additionally, he wrote a pilot for an untitled TV project with Kapital Entertainment while being represented by Brillstein Walerstein.
He earned an Emmy Award as part of the writing team on Law and Order, serving as showrunner on its spinoff Law and Order: Criminal Intent until its fifth season, as well as writing/directing multiple episodes for both series.
He collaborated with Chinese artist Xu Bing on an artwork using Virginia tobacco plantation brand names in tribute to enslaved women who harvested tobacco for slavery, featured at Tobacco Project Virginia at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in September 2011.