Daniel P. Coughlin (author)

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Daniel P. Coughlin
Born United States
Occupation Author, screenwriter

Daniel P. Coughlin is an American film and fiction writer.[1]

Early life[edit]

After a stint in the United States Marine Corps infantry, where he served as a machine-gunner stationed at Camp Pendleton, California and served in Operation Desert Fox, he earned a degree in Film and Television from California State University, Long Beach.[citation needed]

Writing career[edit]

Coughlin has written three feature films: Lake Dead,[1] Farm House,[1] and Ditch Day Massacre. He has two published novels Ted's Score and The Last Custome. His latest work, Craven's Red, was released September 11, 2013.[citation needed]


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