Don Mancini

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Don Mancini
Mancini, Don (2007).jpg
Born (1963-01-25) January 25, 1963 (age 53)
United States
Nationality American
Occupation Film director, Film producer, screenwriter

Don Mancini (born January 25, 1963) is an American screenwriter, producer, and film director. Mancini is best known for creating the character of Chucky, and writing all of the films in the Chucky series. Mancini was also the executive producer of Bride of Chucky, and he directed, Seed of Chucky, as well as the recent installment in Chucky franchise, Curse of Chucky. Along with Michael McDowell and Clive Barker, Mancini is one of the few openly gay writers in the slasher film genre.[1] In 2007, he won the EyeGore award for career contributions to the horror genre. He sometimes goes by the pseudonym Kit Du Bois (also spelled Kit Dubois). Mancini attended St. Christopher's School in Richmond, VA and Columbia University in New York City.

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