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
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
Both Clock Tower and The Hitcher were written with the help of others.
Filmography as an actor
- 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)