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Nick Palumbo attended film school in Los Angeles. He wrote, produced, and directed one of the most notorious horror cult films of all time; Murder-Set-Pieces. Shot on location in Las Vegas on 35mm and screened for its theatrical world premiere at the prestigious Sitges International Film Festival in Barcelona, Spain, it was the first unrated ... See full bio »

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Known For

(2004)
Nutbag Director
(2000)
Sinister Director
(2002)
Broken Things Thanks
(2012)

Filmography

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 2002 Sinister (Short)
 2000 Nutbag
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 2004 Murder-Set-Pieces (written by)
 2002 Sinister (Short)
 2000 Nutbag
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 2004 Murder-Set-Pieces (producer)
 2002 Sinister (Short) (producer)
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 2003 Necromaniac: Schizophreniac 2 (Video)
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 2000 Nutbag
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 2012 Broken Things (Short) (thanks)
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Personal Details


Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Personal Quote:

Many years ago I read that Thomas Jefferson said, "The harder I work, the luckier I get". "That is the way I have lived my life.

Trivia:

A boxing historian, he was able to meet his hero George Foreman in 1986, just as Foreman began his amazing comeback. He was able to attend to private work out sessions with the heavyweight great. See more »

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