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Overview (2)

Birth NameCory Shaw Knauf
Height 6' 0½" (1.84 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Cory Knauf moved to Los Angeles from Vista, California after pursuing a degree in creative writing. Since then, he has had the lead in the Sundance official selection, "The Violent Kind," which marked his second collaboration with the Butcher Brothers after "The Hamilton's" met worldwide success. "Godspeed," a film he co-wrote and starred in, won the Artistic Vision Award at the final Cinevegas International Film Festival and went on to have a strong theatrical release in art houses across America. "Marin Blue" had its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival and later played at the Levante International Film Festival where he was awarded the award for Best Actor. On the horizon are several projects with his partners in the independent production company, Film Harvest, including his original screenplay based on true events, set in the aftermath of World War 2.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Dominic Winters

Trivia (3)

Moved to Los Angeles at 19.
Raised in Vista, California.
Wrote his first screenplay, "The Cracking of Porcelain" when he was 17.

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