Mr. Schulian is born in Los Angeles, California to John Schulian and Estella Katherine Schulian.
Mr. Schulian receives a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Utah.
Mr. Schulian receives a Master of Science from Northwestern University and becomes a copy editor at The Salt Lake Tribune.
Mr. Schulian becomes a reporter for The Baltimore Evening Sun.
Mr. Schulian becomes a sportswriter for The Washington Post.
Mr. Schulian authors a collection of nonfiction stories titled “Writers’ Fighters & Other Sweet Scientists.”
Mr. Schulian becomes a story editor for “The Slap Maxwell Story” and “Miami Vice.”
Mr. Schulian is appointed executive story editor of the television series “Wiseguy” in North Hollywood, California.
Mr. Schulian co-produces the television series “Midnight Caller” in Burbank, California.
Mr. Schulian becomes the supervising producer of “Midnight Caller.”
Mr. Schulian becomes the co-executive producer of the television series “Reasonable Doubts” in Burbank, California.
Mr. Schulian becomes the co-executive producer of the television series “Hercules” in Universal City, California.
Mr. Schulian co-creates “Xena: Warrior Princess.”
Mr. Schulian serves as the associate producer of the documentary “Ben Johnson: Third Cowboy on the Right.”
Mr. Schulian serves a writer producer of the television series “The Outer Limits” in Vancouver, Canada.
Mr. Schulian authors a collection of nonfiction stories titled “Twilight of the Long-ball Gods.”
Mr. Schulian authors “A Better Goodbye.”
Mr. Schulian receives the PEN/ESPN Lifetime Achievement Award for Literary Sports Writing from PEN America.
Mr. Schulian is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.
Mr. Schulian is inducted into the Hall of Achievement at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.