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Adam Simon

Writer, Director & Actor

Profile

ADAM SIMON (b. 1962) is a veteran of the Roger Corman “B”movie film factory, where he wrote and directed Brain Dead (1989) and Carnosaur (1993), among other titles.

 

His three award-winning plays for Tim Robbins’ and The Actors Gang have been staged in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York’s Public Theater and the Edinburgh Festival. He has worked as a screenwriter and re-writer for Oliver Stone, John Landis, James Cameron and Peter Guber, among many others. His screenplay written with Tim Metcalfe, Bones, was produced in 2001 starring Snoop Dog and Pam Grier. He’s created miniseries and pilots for HBO, Showtime, USA Networks and Sony Television.

 

He also made two award-winning television documentaries for the Independent Film Channel: The Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera (1995) about maverick director Sam Fuller, and The American Nightmare (2000), which looked at the traumatic north American horror films of the late 1960s and early ’70s. More recently, he adapted David Mack’s series of graphic novels Kabuki for Fox Searchlight Films. After a decade-and-a-half in Hollywood, he reports that he maintains a naïve belief in the transmutational power of pulp and an optimistic hope that he will someday produce a work which gains greater notoriety than his brief parody of himself in Robert Altman’s The Player.

 

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