Greydon Clark

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Greydon Clark
Born (1943-02-07) February 7, 1943 (age 72)
Niles, Michigan,
United States
Occupation Screenwriter, film director and producer
Years active 1970–present

Greydon Clark (born February 7, 1943) is an American film writer, director, producer, and actor. His career spans several decades and genres, although the majority of his work has been low-budget productions in the action/horror genres. His most recent work was writing and directing the 1998 science fiction movie Stargames, starring Tony Curtis.

Between 1969 and 1989, Clark acted in a series of action/horror films, including Satan's Sadists, The Mighty Gorga, Hell's Bloody Devils, Dracula vs. Frankenstein and Psychic Killer. Beginning in 1975, he wrote and directed a series of films, including Black Shampoo, The Bad Bunch (which he also starred in), Satan's Cheerleaders, Hi-Riders, Angels' Brigade, Uninvited, Dance Macbre, Skinheads, Dark Future and Stargames. In 1980, Clark directed The Return, featuring Jan-Michael Vincent, Cybill Shepherd, and Martin Landau.

In 2013, Clark wrote his autobiography, On the Cheap: My Life in Low Budget Filmmaking[1]


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