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Craig Hamrick (1966–2006)

New York-based author/photographer Craig Hamrick has written several show business-related books, including the biography of actor Louis Edmonds (longtime cast member of the soap opera All My Children (1970), as "Langley Wallingford"), and a trivia quiz book focusing on classic television series. He has done still photography for a number of New ... See full bio »

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WTC View
WTC View Camera and Electrical Department
Boys Life 4: Four Play
Boys Life 4: Four Play Camera and Electrical Department
And Then They Were Dead...
And Then They Were Dead... Camera and Electrical Department
Bumping Heads
Bumping Heads Camera and Electrical Department


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 2005 WTC View (still photographer: Eric;s b&w)
 2004 And Then They Were Dead... (Video) (still photographer)
 2003 Boys Life 4: Four Play (still photographer)
 2002 Bumping Heads (Short) (still photographer)
 1999 Dark Shadows on Location (Video documentary short) (still photographer)
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 2005/I The Dying Gaul
Party Guest (voice, uncredited)
 2002 Bumping Heads (Short)
Bar Patron / Voyuer (uncredited)
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 2005 WTC View (acknowledgment: photos courtesy of)
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 1996 Dark Shadows 30th Anniversary Tribute (Documentary)

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Webmaster, numerous show-business-related websites, including Lara and Dark Shadows See more »

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6' (1.83 m)

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Long before he became a writer, best known for work involving the horror classic Dark Shadows (1966), the October 1980 issue of "Famous Monsters" magazine was dedicated to him. At age 13, as a volunteer at a sci-fi convention, he was the assistant to Famous Monsters' publisher Forrest J. Ackerman, who showed his appreciation with the dedication. See more »

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