March 20, 1965 |
New Castle, Pennsylvania
|Occupation||Writer, director, producer|
Jonathan Craven (born March 20, 1965), son of renowned filmmaker of horror Wes Craven (well known for A Nightmare On Elm Street, Scream, The Hills Have Eyes and The Last House on the Left) and son of Bonnie Broecker (now married to Tom Chapin), is a writer and director with a number of credits to his name. Aside from his lineage, he is probably most noteworthy for his co-writing credit on The Hills Have Eyes 2 and his work on the short-lived NBC horror series "Nightmare Cafe". He manages the group the Chapin Sisters. He also co-produced the 2009 remake to The Last House on the Left.
- The Last House on the Left (1972) (actor; boy with balloon; uncredited)
- The Shocker (1989) (actor; Jogger) (visual effects coordinator) (post-production apprentice editor)
- A Gnome Named Gnorm (1990) (art department assistant)
- Framed (1990) (TV movie) (property assistant)
- Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) (assistant to props: additional shooting)
- The Hills Have Eyes III (1995) (producer) (writer)
- The Minus Man (1999) (property master)
- They Shoot Divas, Don't They? (2002) (TV movie) (director)
- The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007) (writer) (co-producer)
- The Last House on the Left (2009) (co-producer)
- Charm (2012) (producer) (post-production)
- Kane, Michael (March 18, 2007). "Flesh and Bloody - Wes Craven Looks to Son to Scare Tactics". The New York Post. p. 39.
- Anderson, John (April 2, 2007). "The Hills Have Eyes 2". Variety. p. 28.
- Jonathan Craven at the Internet Movie Database
- IGN interview with Jon Craven
- 7M interview with Wes and Jon Craven
- Variety Article about the two
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