John Cox (screenwriter)

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John Cox is an American screenwriter born and currently residing in Los Angeles, California. Cox co-wrote the film Boot Camp (2007), and the most current draft of Sgt. Rock for Joel Silver and Warner Bros.[1] He also wrote Virulents for New Regency and director John Moore.[2] Unproduced credits include The Cold (Warner Bros.), The 10th Planet (MGM), and The Cotton Club Murder (USA Network).

Cox is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts and is represented by Agency for the Performing Arts (APA). He is also a recognized authority on Harry Houdini.[3]


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