Veda Semarne received a Ph.D. in Art History from Yale, writing her dissertation on the Lumière brothers and the first films in France. She taught film history, theory, and screenwriting at Yale University, Trinity College, and Long Island University until 1996, when she moved to L.A. to explore the world of film production first hand. In 1997, she took a script supervising course at the American Film Institute and has been working as a script supervisor ever since, on feature films and television series.

She has worked in many genres, but comedy is her favorite. She completed all nine season on the NBC’s “The Office” and recently worked on the HBO series “Hello Ladies” and ABC’s “Super Fun Night.” Her feature projects include Cedar Rapids and License to Wed. She has had the honor of working with many fine directors, among them Ken Kwapis, Paul Feig, Miguel Arteta and Harold Ramis.