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Stephen Hunter was born on March 25, 1946 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. He is a writer, known for Shooter (2007), The Sword (2016) and Survival of the Fittest: The Making of 'Shooter' (2007). See full bio »

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Shooter Writer
The Sword
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 2016 Shooter (TV Series) (novel - 1 episode)
- Point of Impact (2016) ... (novel)
 2007/I Shooter (novel "Point of Impact")
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 2007 Siskel & Ebert (TV Series)
Himself - Guest Host
- Episode dated 18 August 2007 (2007) ... Himself - Guest Host
 2007 Survival of the Fittest: The Making of 'Shooter' (Video documentary short)

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Novel (Bob Lee Swagger series #7): Dead Zero See more »

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[H]ere is the one thing I would say for people approaching and getting ready for retirement. Three words: Avoid the bitter.

Bitter will kill you. The artists of the 20th century I most respect would be Ernest Hemingway, John Ford and John Wayne. In many ways, the same men. Alpha males. Extremely, mythically successful with enormous sexual opportunities, enormous financial resources, able to ... See more »


He wrote the novelization of the movie Target (1985). His success in the years since has made 'Target' a widely sought-after used book, leading to the widespread misconception that the movie is based on the book (rather than the book being based on the movie). The misconception is reinforced by the fact that he introduced original characters into 'Target,' characters who do not appear in the ... See more »

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