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John Skipp

Author, screenwriter and musician John Mason Skipp was born in 1957. In 1979 John released a solo album under the band name Arcade. He moved to New York City in 1981 and worked as a street messenger prior to getting his writing career off the ground. Skipp's first published short story "The Long Ride" was printed in "Twilight Zone" magazine. John ... See full bio »
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 2004 Misty Beethoven the Musical! (Video)
Drummer (as Maxwell Hart)
 2003 Truckstop Trixie (Video)
Diner Patron (as Maxwell Hart)
 1990 Nightbreed
Hotel Room Corpse (uncredited)
 1988 Death Collector
Splatterpunk #1
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 2008/I Animals (novel)
 2004 Misty Beethoven the Musical! (Video) (as Maxwell Hart)
 1990 Class of 1999 (uncredited)
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 2004 Misty Beethoven the Musical! (Video) (as Maxwell Hart)
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 2004 Misty Beethoven the Musical! (Video) (singing voice: Tyce Buné, "Three Rods" - uncredited)
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 2012 Abed (special thanks)
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 2011 This Week in Horror (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Amazing Adaptations (2011) ... Himself - Guest
 2010 Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (Video documentary)
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Novel: "The Emerald Burrito of Oz" (2000) co-written with Marc Levinthal See more »

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Maxwell Hart
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We are here to do what we can. To learn what we can. To experience what we must, in order to take it to the next order of magnitude. So death is not the end. There is no end. See more »

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