Emerson Bixby began writing in the '80's, and has since penned over a hundred screenplays, both on spec and on assignment. His films include Bikini Island, Deception, Last Dance, Cross, and the Malcolm McDowell psychological thriller Disturbed. Bixby's producing credits include Welcome to Hollywood and Lisl and the Lorlok. Bixby and his father, Jerome Bixby, collaborated on several stories and screenplays intended as sequels to Jerome's 1966 sci-fi classic, Fantastic Voyage. All of Jerome and Emerson's proposed sequels have since been purchased by 20th Century Fox, for the upcoming James Cameron remake, which Bixby will co-produce. Bixby's production company, Falling Sky Entertainment, currently has two projects in the works; Murder for Dummies, a comedy thriller, and INRI, a feature based on Bixby's short film of the same name, spoofing the crucifixion. Bixby lives in Hemet, California, with his wife Amy and their two children, where he is currently scripting an ultra-violent Western trilogy.
In addition to filmmaking, Bixby also co-owns the Historic Hemet Theater, one of the oldest theaters in North America, which shows classic, foreign and independent films.