Drama major at Patrick Henry Junior High School, Granada Hills, California, with Mare Winningham, who went on to become an Oscar nominated film actress.
During the filming of Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, was a well-known member of the on-line J.R.R. Tolkien fan community, being a news reporter and film messageboard moderate for the website Tolkien Online and, under the pseudonym Ancalagon The Black, publisher of "The Complete List of Film Changes," documenting the differences between the films and the books. In the late 1970's, he was also a member of the Cal State Northridge chapter of the Tolkien Society of America.
Once hypnotized by "Hip Hypnotess" Pat Collins into walking off the stage of her Sunset Strip nightclub as James Bond. Years later, worked with official James Bond novelist Raymond Benson on the game Dark Seed II (1995).
Produced a first-person 3D adventure game, "Wes Craven's Principles of Fear," based upon a premise by Wes Craven. Although the game won About Game's Bronze Medal award for Interactive Fiction when the prototype was demonstrated at the 1997 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Atlanta, the game was never completed, due to the financial failure of the game's publisher, Cyberdreams.
In the mid-70s, was a cartoonist for the "Star Trektennial" newsletter, edited by Star Trek (1966) creator Gene Roddenberry's assistant, Susan Sackett. Some thirty years later, Mullich was hired to produce "Star Trek" games for Activision.
While producer Mullich was away on vacation, the _Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia (1999) (VG)_ team got hold of a photo of him wearing a floppy medieval hat that had be taken for use in a Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor (1999) cut scene, and inserted it into HOMM3 as a new hero named "Sir Mullich" with the following description: "Generally stoic, Sir Mullich is prone to spasmodic fits of uncoordinated excitement believed to intimidate his troops into working faster." When he returned to work and discovered this in the game, he decided to let the character stay and it remained in every game in the series through Heroes of Might and Magic IV (2002).
Born literally across the street from the Walt Disney Studios, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank. Thirty years later, he was hired by the Walt Disney Company as a producer at Walt Disney Computer Software.
Development Director for Abandon Mobile. [September 2005]
Producer, Activision [May 2002]
Producing voice-over and motion capture for Tony Hawk American Wasteland, Neversoft. [February 2005]