A. J. Bowen

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A. J. Bowen
A.J. Bowen. Sundance 2007.jpg
Bowen at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival
Born (1977-12-21) December 21, 1977 (age 36)
Marietta, Georgia, United States
Occupation Actor, film producer

A. J. Bowen (born December 21, 1977) is an American actor and producer. He starred in The Signal (2007)[1] and A Horrible Way To Die (2010).[2]

Early life[edit]

Bowen was born in Marietta, Georgia, and attended the University of Georgia along with Jacob Gentry, David Bruckner, and Dan Bush. He was initially a musician.[3]

Career[edit]

LA Weekly called Bowen "mumblegore's go-to star".[3] He starred in The Signal (2007) and The House of the Devil (2009).[4] His production company, Normaltown, has recently completed its first feature, Maidenhead, in which he stars.[5] He also starred in Hatchet II (2010).[6] He was part of the Christmas episode of Dread Central's Dinner for Friends ("Shark Alarm 2009", the holiday edition of the site's podcast).[7] He also starred in the thriller film Rites of Spring.[8] He will star in the science fiction film Synchronicity.[9] He co-starred in the film You're Next (2011).

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2003 Gnome
2003 Good Friday
2004 Last Goodbye Gabriel
2006 Gnome 2
2006 Creepshow III Jerry
2007 The Signal Lewis Denton
2008 The Season Hank
2009 The House of the Devil Victor Ulman
2010 A Horrible Way to Die Garrick Turrell
2010 Hatchet 2 Layton
2011 You're Next Crispian
2011 Rites of Spring Ben Geringer
2013 The Sacrament Sam
2013 Twisted Tales Fred

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