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Chris Sivertson

Chris Sivertson is a writer and director, known for All Cheerleaders Die (2013), The Lost (2006) and Marauders (2016). See full bio »

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Known For

All Cheerleaders Die
(2013)
The Lost
The Lost Writer
(2006)
Marauders
Marauders Writer
(2016)
I Know Who Killed Me
(2007)

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 2016 Marauders (written by)
 2016 Teenage Cocktail (written by)
 2015 Legs (co-writer)
 2013 All Cheerleaders Die (screenplay)
 2011 Brawler (screenplay & story)
 2008 Wicked Lake (screenplay)
 2006/II The Lost (written for the screen by)
 2003 The Burning Land (uncredited)
 2003 Barbarian (Video)
 2003 Jack and Jill (writer)
 2001 All Cheerleaders Die (Video)
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Show Show Actor (4 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (3 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
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Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
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Favorite movies are Vertigo (1958), Blue Velvet (1986), and Dressed to Kill (1980). See more »

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