Jesse Blaze Snider

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Jesse Blaze Snider
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Snider at the New York Comic Convention in 2010
Born Jesse Blaze Snider
(1982-09-19) September 19, 1982 (age 32)
Notable works
creator of the Dead Romeo graphic novel series, writer of Evil Ernie 2012 reboot
Spouse(s) Patty Snider
Children Logan Lane Snider, Cassidy West Snider

http://www.jesseblaze.com

Jesse Blaze Snider (born September 19, 1982) is a comic book writer, voice-over actor, TV/radio host, and rock musician. He is the eldest son of Twisted Sister frontman and vocalist Dee Snider.

Hosting and acting[edit]

Snider has hosted MTV2 Rock, The MTV2 Rock Countdown, as well as shows on Fuse TV and HBO. He also did voice work in commercials for Pizza Hut, GameStop, and Cheetos.[1]

Music[edit]

In 2008 Snider appeared on the reality television singing competition Rock the Cradle, which featured the offspring of famous singers competing against one another. Snider came in second place, losing to Crosby Loggins.

In 2012 he released the single "Twisted" off his upcoming album "13" which features production work by Matt Squire, GoodWill & MGI and others. He was a radio DJ on 98.5 The Bone as well as on WLIR-FM.

Comic books[edit]

In 2009, Snider created the Dead Romeo graphic novel series.[2][3] On December 9, 2009, the first issue of an ongoing Toy Story comic from Boom! Studios written by Jesse was released. Snider was the ongoing writer. He also wrote a four-issue prequel to the motion picture Strangeland for Fangoria Graphix called Strangeland: Seven Sins.

Snider wrote the reboot issues of the comic series Evil Ernie, drawn by Jason Craig. The first issue was released in October 2012.[4] He is currently working as the host on a project entitled "I Don't Know $#!+ About Comics" that is touring around with various Comic Con's as an information booth for those just getting started reading comics.

Personal life[edit]

Snider has a wife named Patty and two children, daughter Logan Lane and son Cassidy West.

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