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"Ralph writes about issues concerning women, particularly those social/political/sexual grey areas that confound modern women and men alike...”
- Irene Zeigler, actress (G. I. Jane, The Contender)

Ralph Tropf is a Los Angeles based writer and Executive Producer of The All Roses Company. He holds an MFA in Playwrighting and his play Shadow Hour is published by Samuel French. His screenplay, The Orchid and the Cross, was a semi-finalist for a Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting. He is the author of thirteen full-length stage plays and screenplays, has been produced across the country and in Shanghai, China. He attended the University of Central Florida, then worked for several years as an actor appearing on stage with Charles Durning in Mass Appeal, with Robert Hays in Heaven Can Wait (directed by Marsha Mason), and in a revival of Bye Bye Birdie with Charles Nelson Reilly. He has appeared in the television series' General Hospital and Port Charles. Ralph earned an MFA in playwrighting from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, in 1995. In grad school, his plays The Hourglass and Squid and Felicity won awards from The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. A resident of Los Angeles since 1995, he has worked as a producer for FOX Television series’ World’s Wildest Police Videos, Code Red and Surviving the Moment of Impact. He provided content for the Neopets website and co-wrote scripts for the SONY PSP-2 video game player. Most recently, he has written pilot scripts for two Saturday morning cartoon series to be produced by Age of Learning, Inc.