"The Toy Collector" -- Novel, Bloomsbury Press, 2000
2 Print Biographies |
9 Interviews |
20 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
On Scooby-Doo: "With all the difficulties plaguing the world over the past year, isn't it about time we had a hero who tells kids it's okay to be afraid?" "Scooby's the greatest cartoon character ever. He isn't cute like Mickey, or smart like Bugs, or fearless like Woody and Buzz -- he's a talking dog who's more human than I am. It's his humanity and imperfections that make him special."
Told NYTimes in August 2011 that the horror film with the most profound impact on him when he was young was Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
(1986), because the most frightening aspect of all was that it moved him to relate to, or empathize, with the killer.