Jake Wade Wall

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Jake Wade Wall (born c. 1974 in Sealy, Texas) is an American screenwriter known for writing the screenplay for the 2006 remake, When a Stranger Calls, and the 2007 remake, The Hitcher.

Early life and education[edit]

Wall grew up in the small town of Sealy, Texas, close to Katy and Houston, Texas, the youngest of five children. He attended Yale University but, after a visit to New York City, transferred to New York University; he graduated with a degree in dramatic writing and a minor in philosophy.

Filmography as a screenwriter[edit]

Both Clock Tower and The Hitcher were written with the help of others.

Filmography as an actor[edit]

  • Spy TV (TV series) as Various (four episodes 2001 - 2002)
  • To Protect and Serve (2001) as Filmmaker
  • The Other Sister (1999) as Registration Man (Tech School)

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