|Born||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
Brad Abraham is a Canadian-born screenwwriter, author, journalist, producer, and comic book creator.
His past film and television work includes Stonehenge Apocalypse, Robocop: Prime Directives, I Love Mummy,Fresh Meat and the National Film Board of Canada produced Hoverboy. He was also an uncredited writer on the remake of the 1970s slasher classic Black Christmas. He is also creator and writer of Space Goat Productions acclaimed comic book series Mixtape.
|2000||Robocop: Prime Directives||Co-Scr|
|2002||I Love Mummy||Scr, Two Episodes|
|2006||Black Christmas||Co-scr, Uncredited|
- Brad Abraham at the Internet Movie Database
- "Dreaming of a Black Christmas"
- Rue Morgue Magazine
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