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George A. Romero Net Worth

George A. Romero Net Worth is
$35 Million

George A. Romero Biography

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Quick Facts

Full NameGeorge A. Romero
Net Worth$35 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 4, 1940, February 4, 1940
Height1.94 m, 1.94 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Film producer, Film director, Actor, Film Editor, Cinematographer, Screenwriter, Television producer, Film producer, Film director, Actor, Film Editor, Cinematographer
EducationCarnegie Mellon University, Carnegie Mellon University
SpouseSuzanne Desrocher (m. 2011), Nancy Romero (m. 1971–1978), Suzanne Desrocher, Nancy Romero
ChildrenGeorge Cameron Romero, Tina Romero, Andrew Romero, George Cameron Romero, Tina Romero, Andrew Romero
ParentsAnn Romero, George M. Romero, Ann Romero, George M. Romero
NominationsGolden Lion, Grand Jury Prize, Best Screenplay Award, Silver Lion for Best Director, Venezia Classici Award for Best Restored Film, Golden Lion, Grand Jury Prize, Silver Lion for Best Director, Best Screenplay Award, Venezia Classici Award for Best Restored Film
MoviesDawn of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead, Diary of the Dead, George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead, Creepshow, The Crazies, Monkey Shines, Knightriders, The Dark Half, Martin, Bruiser, Season of the Witch, Two Evil Eyes, There's Always Vanilla, Creepshow 2, Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Document of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead 3D, Deadtime Stories: Volume 2, Drive-In Madness, Dead Eyes Open, Deadtime Stories: Volume 1, Zombiemania, A Fish Story, RiffTrax: Night of the Living Dead, O. J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose, Tales from the Crypt: From Comic Books to Television, Zombie Jamboree: The 25th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead, Solitary Isle, Another Night of the Living Dead, Ugly Nights, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead, Diary of the Dead, George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead, Creepshow, Monkey Shines, The Crazies, Knightriders, The Dark Half, Martin, Bruiser, Season of the Witch, Two Evil Eyes, There's Always Vanilla, Creepshow 2, Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Document of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead 3D, Drive-In Madness, Deadtime Stories: Volume 2, O. J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose, Dead Eyes Open, Deadtime Stories: Volume 1, Zombiemania, A Fish Story, Another Night of the Living Dead, RiffTrax: Night of the Living Dead, Doc of the Dead, Tales from the Crypt: From Comic Books to Television, Zombie Jamboree: The 25th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead, Solitary Isle, Ugly Nights
TV ShowsTales from the Darkside, Tales from the Darkside


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Has three children; Cameron G. Romero, director of Staunton Hill, from his first marriage to Nancy Romero from 1974- 1978. Daughter Tina and youngest son Andrew (who are both in the club scene of Bruiser at the end of the film) are from his second marriage to Christine Forrest Romero. Tina is a dancer on the side of the stage while The Misfits are playing; Andrew is a little devil with laser pointer rod riding on another character's shoulders.
2 Among the scripts that Romero was developing in the 90's that went into development hell was a ghost story called "Before I Wake" for MGM. At the same time, he was also developing the script for The Mummy for Universal before they eventually went with Stephen Sommers' version of The Mummy (1999).
3 According to Romero's former producing partner Richard P. Rubinstein on the DVD commentary of Dawn of the Dead (1978) (The Extended Cut Version), that he had offered Romero to make his fourth zombie in the early 90's. Rubinstein offered Romero $3 million and he can go make the film however he wanted it. However, Romero was at the time developing the scripts for The Mummy for Universal and the ghost story "Before I Wake" for MGM. Romero decided that he wanted to pursue those projects instead of his fourth zombie film. In the end however, "Before I Wake" ended up in development hell and Universal decided to scrap his version and went with Stephen Sommers' version. However, Romero finally made his fourth zombie film, Land of the Dead (2005).
4 Spent the years between The Dark Half (1993) and Bruiser (2000) working on several projects which never escaped from development hell.
5 He is known for his affability and remaining good friends with former collaborators with whom he has ceased collaboration due to creative or financial reasons.
6 His favorite of his own films, saying its closest to the vision he had for it, is Martin (1977). He spent much of the time since his smash directorial debut, Night of the Living Dead (1968), trying to distance himself from the horror genre but has said the satisfying experience of creating 'Martin' energized him to make Dawn of the Dead (1978), which would become his greatest financial and critical success.
7 At age 19, he worked briefly as a page-boy on the set of North by Northwest (1959). He later said he was unimpressed by Alfred Hitchcock's directing style while there, saying that it seemed mechanical and passionless.
8 The Tales of Hoffmann (1951) inspired Romero to become a director.
9 A big fan of The Archers' (aka the British team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger) movie The Tales of Hoffmann (1951), based on Jacques Offenbach's operetta. He is interviewed at length about his love for the film and especially its artistic direction, use of color, and use of fantasy/horror themes in a special feature included on the Criterion Collection's 2005 DVD release of the film. Before video tape and DVD versions of the film were available, Romero would frequently rent a 16-millimeter film copy--as would Martin Scorsese, he subsequently learned, from the very same New York City rental company. Alas, Romero reported that the two fans have not yet become aware of each other.
10 Of Cuban and Lithuanian descent.
11 Was originally attached to write and direct Resident Evil (2002), but left the project in 1999 due to creative differences over the script.
12 When discussing his influences, he has that the Universal horror classic made a strong impression on him and his favorite horror film as a child was The Thing from Another World (1951). However, the film he said made him want to be a director was The Red Shoes (1948). While discussing the directors who made a strong impression on him, he said that Orson Welles and Howard Hawks were his favorites, surpassing Alfred Hitchcock.
13 Father of Tina Romero and George Cameron Romero.
14 Was originally set to direct two Stephen King stories that would later turn into TV features: Salem's Lot (1979) & The Stand (1994).
15 Became a Canadian citizen in 2009 and resides in Toronto, Ontario.
16 He has two children, a son and a daughter (who will be attending Tisch, NYU in the Fall 2006 to study film-making).
17 Dawn of the Dead (2004), the remake of his movie Dawn of the Dead (1978), was released before the fourth part of his Zombie-series, Land of the Dead (2005), was even filmed.
18 Is good friends with stuntman/special-effects artist/actor/director Tom Savini. The two have worked together on many films.
19 Began making movies at the age of 14 with an 8mm camera.
20 Originally set to direct Pet Sematary (1989), but when filming was delayed, he dropped out and Tom Savini was given the opportunity to direct the film but passed. Finally, Mary Lambert stepped in.
21 The 2002 Sight & Sound Greatest Films Poll (2002) listed his Top Ten films as The Brothers Karamazov (1958), Casablanca (1942), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), High Noon (1952), King Solomon's Mines (1950), North by Northwest (1959), The Quiet Man (1952), Repulsion (1965), Touch of Evil (1958), and The Tales of Hoffmann (1951).
22 In 1968, he reinvented the horror genre with his Night of the Living Dead (1968), a cult classic that made its way onto the prestigious National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.
23 Frequently casts African-Americans as the heroes of his films, although the parts aren't usually written specifically for any particular race, going against the stereotype of the Black character dying early in horror films.
24 Was slated to direct a theatrical version of Stephen King's novel "The Stand," adapted for the screen by Rospo Pallenberg. The film never materialised. Instead, the novel was adapted into a TV mini-series, The Stand (1994).
25 Was originally slated to write and direct Resident Evil (2002).
26 Prior to Night of the Living Dead (1968), he was better known as an industrial film-maker, who created TV commercials, promotional featurettes and industrial training films. One of his assignments was to shoot short films that were used in the TV show "MisteRogers' Neighborhood".
27 Education: Carnegie-Mellon Institute (art, theatre, design).


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Towering height
2 Strong minority and female characters
3 Films often contain extreme carnage with make-up effects by Tom Savini
4 Zombie films with an underlying social commentary
5 Often features radio or television news broadcasts playing in the background.


Quotes

#Quote
1 (On The Tales of Hoffman) It was the filmmaking, the fantasy, the fact that it was a fantasy and it had a few frightening, sort of bizarre things in it. It was everything. It was really a movie for me, and it gave me an early appreciation for the power of visual media-the fact that you could experiment with it. He was doing all his tricks in-camera, and they were sort of obvious. That made me feel that, gee, maybe I could figure this medium out. It was transparent, but it worked.
2 [on Night of the Living Dead (1968)] At first I didn't think of them as zombies, I thought of them as flesh-eaters or ghouls and never called them zombies in the first film. Then people started to write about them, calling them zombies, and all of a sudden that's what they were: the new zombies. I guess I invented a few rules, like kill the brain and you kill the ghoul, and eventually I surrendered to the idea and called them zombies in Dawn of the Dead (1978), but it was never that important to me what they were. Just that they existed.
3 I always thought of the zombies as being about revolution, one generation consuming the next.
4 I don't think you need to spend $40 million to be creepy. The best horror films are the ones that are much less endowed.
5 I guess in my pictures you're either doomed or you've got yourself a hell of a job.
6 I don't try to answer any questions or preach. My personality and my opinions come through in the satire of the films, but I think of them as a snapshot of the time. I have this device, or conceit, where something happens in the world and I can say, 'Ooo, I'll talk about that, and I can throw zombies in it! And get it made!' You know, it's kind of my ticket to ride.
7 Just because I'm showing somebody being disemboweled doesn't mean I have to get heavy and put a message round it.
8 I'll never get sick of zombies. I just get sick of producers.
9 Yeah, I'm seen by the studios as a genre guy. I've made several non-genre films, but nobody went to see them. I guess I'll never be a member of that club.
10 I'll never live long enough to arrive at some sort of peaceful co-existence of some kind. That's probably the only way you could end it on a note of promise, which would mean the zombies would learn how to eat Spam or chicken livers, instead of your liver. But I'll never get to that point.
11 My zombie films have been so far apart that I've been able to reflect the socio-political climates of the different decades. I have this conceit that they're a little bit of a chronicle, a cinematic diary of what's going on.
12 I'm like my zombies. I won't stay dead!
13 If you have 60 people dress like zombies and you show them something that you like, you get 60 people doing the exact same thing. My opinion of a good zombie walk is to loll your head as if it's a little too heavy and the muscles have begun to atrophy.
14 If one horror film hits, everyone says, "Let's go make a horror film!" It's the genre that never dies.
15 [on his fourth installment of the "Living Dead" series, Land of the Dead (2005)]: The idea of living with terrorism - I've tried to make it more applicable to the concerns Americans are going through now.
16 If I fail, they [the film industry] write me off as another statistic. If I succeed, they pay me a million bucks to fly out to Hollywood and fart.


Pictures

All George A. Romero pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 Critics Award Gérardmer Film Festival Diary of the Dead (2007)
2007 Honorary Grand Prize Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival
2005 Vanguard Director CineVegas International Film Festival
2002 Lifetime Achievement Award New York City Horror Film Festival Life Achievement Award
1993 Best Film Fantafestival The Dark Half (1993)
1993 Career Award Fantafestival
1989 Antennae II Award Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival Monkey Shines (1988)
1989 International Fantasy Film Award Fantasporto Best Film Monkey Shines (1988)
1989 Critics' Award Fantasporto Monkey Shines (1988)
1988 Best Director Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Monkey Shines (1988)
1988 Best Screenplay Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Monkey Shines (1988)
1988 Prize of the Catalan Screenwriter's Critic and Writer's Association Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Monkey Shines (1988)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Golden Lion Venice Film Festival Survival of the Dead (2009)
2006 Chainsaw Award Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Screenplay Land of the Dead (2005)
1994 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Director The Dark Half (1993)
1988 Best Film Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Monkey Shines (1988)


Filmography

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Into the Dark: Exploring the Horror Film Documentary executive producer post-production
Deadtime Stories 2 2011 executive producer
The Crazies 2010 executive producer
Deadtime Stories 2009 executive producer
Survival of the Dead 2009 executive producer
One for the Fire: The Legacy of 'Night of the Living Dead' 2008 Documentary executive producer
Chill Factor: House Call 2004 Video short executive producer
The Dark Half 1993 executive producer
Night of the Living Dead 1990 executive producer
Tales from the Darkside 1984-1988 TV Series executive producer - 77 episodes
Magic at the Roxy 1976 TV Special co-executive producer
The Winners TV Series documentary executive producer - 1 episode, 1974 producer - 1 episode, 1973

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Day of the Dead 2017 characters post-production
Night of the Living 3D Dead 2013
Another Night of the Living Dead 2011
The Crazies 2010 1973 motion picture "The Crazies"
Survival of the Dead 2009 written by
Day of the Dead 2008 Video motion picture "Day of the Dead"
Diary of the Dead 2007 written by
Il pianto della statua 2007 short story "Passion and Extasy"
Night of the Living Dead 3D 2006 1968 screenplay
Benefit for the Living Dead 2005 Video 1968 screenplay
Land of the Dead 2005 written by
Dawn of the Dead 2004 1978 screenplay
Bruiser 2000
The Dark Half 1993 screenplay
Night of the Living Dead 1990 earlier screenplay / screenplay
Tales from the Darkside: The Movie 1990 screenplay - segment "Cat From Hell"
Two Evil Eyes 1990 segment "The Facts in the Case of Mr. Valdemar"
Monkey Shines 1988 screenplay
Creepshow 2 1987 screenplay
Tales from the Darkside TV Series teleplay - 2 episodes, 1986 writer - 2 episodes, 1983 - 1985
Day of the Dead 1985 written by
Knightriders 1981 written by
Dawn of the Dead 1978 written by
Martin 1977 written by
The Crazies 1973 screenplay
Hungry Wives 1972
Night of the Living Dead 1968 screenplay - as George Romero

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Survival of the Dead 2009
Diary of the Dead 2007
Land of the Dead 2005
Bruiser 2000
The Dark Half 1993
Two Evil Eyes 1990 segment "The Facts in the Case of Mr. Valdemar", as George Romero
Monkey Shines 1988
Day of the Dead 1985
Creepshow 1982
Knightriders 1981
Dawn of the Dead 1978
Martin 1977
Magic at the Roxy 1976 TV Special
O.J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose 1974 TV Movie documentary as George Romero
The Winners 1973-1974 TV Series documentary 8 episodes
The Crazies 1973
Hungry Wives 1972
There's Always Vanilla 1971
Night of the Living Dead 1968
Expostulations 1962 Short

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Phineas and Ferb 2014 TV Series Don Adaded
A Fish Story 2013 Nick's dad
Zombie Squash 2012 Video Game Dr. B. E. Vil
Call of the Dead 2011 Video Game George Romero (voice)
Diary of the Dead 2007 Police Chief Arthur Katz (uncredited)
Dead Eyes Open 2006 Wissenschaftler
Land of the Dead 2005 Puppeteer (voice, uncredited)
The Silence of the Lambs 1991 FBI Agent in Memphis (uncredited)
Flight of the Spruce Goose 1986 Gromero
Day of the Dead 1985 Zombie with Scarf (uncredited)
Dawn of the Dead 1978 TV Director / Nick - Biker in Santa Claus Suit (uncredited)
Martin 1977 Father Howard
The Crazies 1973 Extra at Dance / High School Infirmary (uncredited)
There's Always Vanilla 1971 Beer Comercial Director (voice)
Night of the Living Dead 1968 Washington Reporter (uncredited)

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Creepshow 1982 segment "Something To Tide You Over"
Knightriders 1981
Dawn of the Dead 1978
Martin 1977
O.J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose 1974 TV Movie documentary as George Romero
The Crazies 1973
The Winners 1973 TV Series documentary 1 episode
Hungry Wives 1972
There's Always Vanilla 1971
Night of the Living Dead 1968 uncredited

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hungry Wives 1972
There's Always Vanilla 1971
Night of the Living Dead 1968 uncredited

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Winners 1973 TV Series documentary photography - 2 episodes

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
It Happened to Jane 1959 crew - uncredited

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Radical 2017 very special thanks post-production
Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn 2015 very special thanks
No Ordinary BJ 2015 TV Series very special thanks - 1 episode
¡Matalos! 2015 Short special thanks
The Zombie Squad 2014 Short special thanks
Lazarus: Apocalypse 2014 original inspiration
Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk 2014 special thanks
The Undead 2013 Short very special thanks
Rakugo eiga 2012 grateful acknowledgment
Days of Infection 2012 thanks
Fidelium 2012 Short grateful thanks
The Cohasset Snuff Film 2012 very special thanks
Abed 2012 Short special thanks
ParaNorman 2012 thanks
Moxina 2012 Short grateful thanks
Super Black Market: I Won't Forget You 2012 Video short special thanks
Blood Lodge 2012 the producers wish to thank
A Little Bit Zombie 2012 acknowledgment to the works of
Chronicles of the Dead 2012/I TV Series acknowledgment
Getting Past the Bull 2011 Short very special thanks
My Pure Joy 2011 acknowledgment to the works of
To Romero with Love 2011 Documentary short very special thanks
Hirsch! 2011 Short thanks
Petals 2010 inspiration from the works of
The Infected 2010 Video short grateful thanks
A Chemical Skyline 2010 dedicatee
The United Monster Talent Agency 2010 Short thanks
Puzzled 2010 Video short acknowledgement: director of "Night of the Living Dead" 1968
Crank Up 2010 Short dedicatee
Little Red Riding Hood 2009/I Video short special thanks
Angora Napkin 2009 TV Movie special acknowledgement and appreciation
Staunton Hill 2009 Video special thanks
Frankenpimp 2009 special thanks
The Outlaw Emmett Deemus and the Porno Queen 2008 Short very special thanks
Decadere 2008 Short special thanks
Episode #247 2008 Short thanks
Dead Country 2008 dedicatee
Face Eater 2008 dedicatee
O.C. Babes and the Slasher of Zombietown 2008 Video special thanks
Ten Dead Men 2008 inspiration: thanks and love to the works of
Aaah! Zombies!! 2007 special thanks
The Curse of Blanchard Hill 2006 Video special thanks
Vampira: The Movie 2006 Video documentary thanks - as George Romero
Delivery 2006 Video acknowledgment
The Dead Live 2006 Video thanks
Brunch of the Living Dead 2006 Short special thanks
House of the Dead 2 2005 TV Movie special thanks - as George Romero
Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green 2005 Video Game special thanks
Proof 2005 acknowledgement: director of "Night of the Living Dead 1968
The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed 2004 Video short special thanks
Zombiegeddon 2003 Video inspiration
The Mental Dead 2003 Video special thanks
I'll See You in My Dreams 2003 Short thanks
At Twilight Come the Flesheaters 1998 Video special thanks
Frankenstein and Me 1996 special thanks
Kids of the Round Table 1995 special thanks - as Georges A. Romero
Waxwork 1988 dedicated to - as Romero
Document of the Dead 1985 Documentary special thanks
Escape from New York 1981 special thanks
Effects 1980 special thanks - as George Romero

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Rep 2012 Documentary Himself
The Future of Fear 2011 TV Movie documentary Himself
Hotel Bela 2011 TV Series Himself
Le Golden Show 2011 TV Series Himself
Nightmare Factory 2011 TV Movie documentary Himself
Deadtime Stories 2 2011 Himself - Host
Cinemall 2011 Documentary short Himself
The Walking Dead Girls 2011 Documentary Himself
Cinema Cool 2011 TV Series Himself
J'irai loler sur vos tombes 2011 TV Series Himself
Call of Duty: Black Ops I 2010 Video Game Himself (voice, uncredited)
A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss 2010 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time! 2010 Video Himself
The Rotten Tomatoes Show 2010 TV Series Himself - Director
Under the Scares 2010 Documentary Himself
Deadtime Stories 2009 Himself - Host
Scream Awards 2009 2009 TV Special Himself
Días de cine 2009 TV Series Himself
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film 2009 Documentary Himself
Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero 2008 Documentary Himself
The Lead Up to Diary: Romero Speaks 2008 Documentary short Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008 TV Series Himself
Starz presents Zombie Mania 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
One for the Fire: The Legacy of 'Night of the Living Dead' 2008 Documentary Himself
Just Desserts: The Making of 'Creepshow' 2007 Video documentary Himself
Comic-Con 2007 Live 2007 TV Movie Himself
30 Even Scarier Movie Moments 2006 TV Mini-Series Himself
50 Films to See Before You Die 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
When Shaun Met George 2005 Video documentary short Himself
After Effects: Memories of Pittsburgh Filmmaking 2005 Video documentary Himself
Ireland AM 2005 TV Series Himself
Digging Up the Dead: The Lost Films of George A. Romero 2005 Video short Himself
Land of the Dead: Bringing the Dead to Life 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Undead Again: The Making of 'Land of the Dead' 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Shadows in the Dark: The Val Lewton Legacy 2005 Video documentary Himself
Artworks Scotland 2005 TV Series documentary Himself (interviewed)
Dream of the Dead 2005 TV Short documentary Himself
Dream of the Dead: George Romero 2005 TV Short documentary Himself
Make Your Own Damn Movie! 2005 Video documentary Himself - Director
05 Spaceys 2005 TV Special Himself
Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream 2005 Documentary Himself (as George Romero)
The Dead Will Walk 2004 Video documentary Himself
John Carpenter: Fear Is Just the Beginning... The Man and His Movies 2004 Video documentary Himself
Behind the House: Anatomy of the Zombie Movement 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Tales from the Crypt: From Comic Books to Television 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 100 Scariest Movie Moments 2004 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
The Many Days of 'Day of the Dead' 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Two Masters' Eyes 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Masters of Horror 2002 TV Movie documentary Himself
Chiller Cinema 2001 TV Series Himself
Dario Argento: An Eye for Horror 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
The American Nightmare 2000 Documentary Himself
The Dead Walk: Remaking a Classic 1999 Video documentary short Himself
A-Z of Horror 1997 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme 1997 TV Short documentary Himself
The Directors 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
The Anatomy of Horror 1995 TV Movie documentary Himself
Night of the Living Dead: 25th Anniversary Documentary 1993 Video documentary Himself
Zombie Jamboree: The 25th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead 1993 Video documentary Himself
Heartstoppers: Horror at the Movies 1992 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Horror Hall of Fame 1990 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Incredibly Strange Film Show 1989 TV Series documentary Himself
Drive-In Madness! 1987 Documentary Himself
Stephen King's World of Horror 1986 TV Movie documentary Himself
Scream Greats, Vol. 1: Tom Savini, Master of Horror Effects 1986 Video documentary Himself
Document of the Dead 1985 Documentary Himself
Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business 2017 Documentary filming Himself
Into the Dark: Exploring the Horror Film Documentary post-production Himself
Bizarre Transmissions from the Bermuda Triangle 2015 TV Series Himself
Smoke and Mirrors: The Story of Tom Savini 2015 Documentary Himself
Chronicles of the Living Dead 2015 Documentary Himself
Reelside 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
An Experiment in Fear: The Making of Monkey Shines 2014 Documentary short Himself
The Dark Half: The Sparrows Are Flying Again! - The Making of the Dark Half 2014 Documentary short Himself
Why Horror? 2014 Documentary Himself
Doc of the Dead 2014 Documentary Himself
Zombie Town Hall: Knights of the Living Dead Q&A Session 2013 Video documentary Himself
Birth of the Living Dead 2013 Documentary Himself - Filmmaker
The World's End: The Making of 'Day of the Dead' 2013 Video documentary Himself
Undead Noise 2013 TV Series Himself
The Hour 2012 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Welcome to the Basement 2015 TV Series Himself
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness 2007-2013 TV Series documentary Washington Reporter / Police Chief Arthur Katz / Zombie with Scarf / ...
Zombies: A Living History 2011 TV Movie documentary Himself
To Romero with Love 2011 Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
Autopsy of the Dead 2009 Video documentary Himself
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated 2009 Washington Reporter (uncredited)
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Himself
Something to Scream About 2003 Video documentary Himself
Night of the Living Dead: 30th Anniversary Edition 1999 Video Washington Reporter (uncredited)
100 Years of Horror 1996 TV Series documentary Himself - Director, 'Night of the Living Dead'
Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Terror 1991 Washington Reporter (uncredited)
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