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Stephen Geller (I)

Stephen Geller was born as Stephen David Geller. He is a writer and actor, known for Slaughterhouse-Five (1972), Mother's Little Helpers (2005) and Pretty Poison (1968). He is married to Kae Geller. They have one child. See full bio »

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Known For

Slaughterhouse-Five
(1972)
Pretty Poison
Pretty Poison Writer
(1968)
Ashanti
Ashanti Writer
(1979)

Filmography

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 2005 Mother's Little Helpers (novel) / (screenplay)
 2000 Cuppa Cabby, Piece o' Pie (Short)
 1996 Pretty Poison (TV Movie) (novel "She Let Him Continue")
 1992 Warburg: A Man of Influence (TV Mini-Series)
 1979 Ashanti (screenplay)
 1972 Slaughterhouse-Five (screenplay)
 1972 The Valachi Papers (screenplay)
 1968 Pretty Poison (novel "She Let Him Continue")
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 2000 Cuppa Cabby, Piece o' Pie (Short)
Officer Clyve Pegg; twin brother Clyde Pegg
 1997 Bleached
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 2005 Mother's Little Helpers (producer)
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 2013 Tell 'Em Steve-Dave Puppet Theatre (inspirational thanks)
 2005 Slow Time (Short) (special thanks)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Play (written with Kae Geller): Opportunities in Zero Gravity See more »

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2 Interviews | See more »
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Writing a screenplay today, unless you are directing it, is like putting a meal in the middle of a forest. Every kind of animal is going to come up and fight over it-grab food, throw food, crap on the plate. That meal is so destroyed by the time everyone has had his or her way with it, you're lucky if you see forty percent of that film. See more »

Trivia:

Won a special jury prize at Cannes in 1972 for his screenplay adaptation of Slaughterhouse-Five (1972). See more »

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