Dean Lorey

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Dean Lorey
Born (1967-11-17) November 17, 1967 (age 46)
Conyers, Georgia

Dean Lorey (born November 17, 1967) is an American writer whose projects include movies such as Major Payne, television shows which include My Wife and Kids and Arrested Development, and most recently a children’s book, the first of a series, entitled Nightmare Academy.

Lorey grew up in Conyers, Georgia before attending New York University's film school, where he wrote book cover copy for Simon and Schuster and Bantam as well as writing commercials for MTV and Nickelodeon. In 1990. He moved to California and wrote a script for the movie that would become My Boyfriend's Back, collaborating with Adam Marcus and Sean S. Cunningham. Afterward, Sean asked him to finish the screenplay for Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, in which he also had a cameo appearance. From there, he continued to write screenplays for movies as well as working on writing, directing, and producing for television.[1]

Dean Lorey currently lives in Calabasas, California, with his wife, Elizabeth, and their sons, Chris and Alex.[2] His first book came out on August 21, 2007. Universal has purchased the film rights to the book and the producers will be Stephen Sommers and Bob Ducsay, who worked on movies such as The Mummy.[3]

Works[edit]

Film[edit]

  • 1995 Major Payne
  • 1993 Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday
  • 1993 My Boyfriend's Back

Television[edit]

  • 2006, 2013 Arrested Development
  • 2001–2004 My Wife and Kids

Book[edit]

  • 2007 Nightmare Academy: Monster Hunters
  • 2008 Nightmare Academy: Charlie's Monsters (The UK edition of Monster Hunters)
  • 2008 Nightmare Academy: Monster Madness
  • 2009 Nightmare Academy: Monster Revenge
  • 2009 Nightmare Academy: Monster War

References[edit]

  1. ^ Friday the 13th Films. "Dean Lorey -- Screenwriter". 
  2. ^ Harper Collins. "Dean Lorey". 
  3. ^ J.P. Targete. "Nightmare Academy Website Live". 

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