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John Wilson (XXVI)

John Wilson was born on May 24, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as John J.B. Wilson. He is known for his work on Eating Raoul (1982), Terror in the Aisles (1984) and An Adventure in Filmmaking: The Making of 'The Blue Lagoon' (1980). See full bio »

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Known For

Eating Raoul Editorial Department
Terror in the Aisles Miscellaneous Crew


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 1982 Eating Raoul (trailer editor - as John JB Wilson)
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 1984 Terror in the Aisles (Documentary) (clip researcher - as John J.B. Wilson)
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 2018 F*** You All: The Uwe Boll Story (Documentary)
 2014 Rocky IV: The American Punch (TV Movie documentary)
 2013 The Screen Junkies Show (TV Series)
 2011 Celebrity Naked Ambition (TV Movie documentary)
 2011 CBS News Sunday Morning (TV Series)
- 31st Annual Razzie Awards (2011) ... Himself
 2007 Crosswords (TV Series)
Himself - Contestant
- Episode dated 22 October 2007 (2007) ... Himself - Contestant
 2003 100 Greatest Sexy Moments (TV Movie documentary)
 2003 Celebrity Naked Ambition (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Contributor

Personal Details

Other Works:

Author of The Official RAZZIE® Movie Guide (2005, Warner Books)and Everything I Know I Learned at the Movies (1995, General Publishing Group)

Alternate Names:

J.B. Wilson | John J.B. Wilson | John JB Wilson

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Personal Quote:

I like to think of the Razzie Awards as not so much a slap in the face to Hollywood but a banana peel on the floor.


Although Battlefield Earth (2000) "won" the 2001 Razzie Award for Worst Picture (as well as several others), Wilson himself actually thought that fellow Worst Picture nominee Little Nicky (2000) was a far worse film and was actually his personal choice for the award. See more »

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