Suzanne Stroh's screenwriting credits include co-writer of the offbeat, dual language African dramedy OKA! starring Kris Marshall and Isaach de Bankolé (Roland Films and James Bruce Productions; Dada Films, 2011). Suzanne co-wrote OKA! with filmmaker Lavinia Currier, adapting an unpublished memoir by Louis Sarno to tell the fish-out-of-water story of a hapless American on a Grail quest for lost music in the central African forest. "Worth the journey," wrote Andy Webster in The New York Times.
Author and award-winning screenwriter Suzanne Stroh hails from Michigan, where her family brewed Stroh’s beer for five generations. A mountaineer and field medic, she lives with her family in the Virginia countryside.