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John Sullivan (XIV)


John graduated from Northport High School and then Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where he majored in Communications. He landed a job working in the mailroom of a talent agency's literary department where he wrote screenplays during his downtime. He sold his first screenplay, a small scale horror movie Fear of the Dark (2003), to ... See full bio »

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 2005 The Prophecy: Forsaken (Video) (story)
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 2012 VHS: Vilões, Heróis e Sarrabulho (TV Series)
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Living in Los Angeles running his production company 'Blackout Films'. See more »

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Frequently uses New York City somewhere in his films

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