Lowell Dean

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Lowell Dean
Born 1978/1979 (age 38–39)[1]
Residence Saskatchewan, Canada
Occupation film director

Lowell Dean is a Canadian filmmaker.

He has directed four feature films: the zombie thriller 13 Eerie (2013), the horror comedy WolfCop (2014), the sequel Another WolfCop (2017) and the post-apocalypse action film SuperGrid (2018). Lowell also wrote WolfCop, released June 2014 in Canadian Cineplex theatres[2]. In an Interview with Bloody Disgusting in March 2015, Dean revealed he was writing the sequel to WolfCop,[3] which would again star Leo Fafard in the lead.[4]

Dean's television projects include the children’s series Hi Opie! produced by The Jim Henson Company, and the Canadian reality series Dust Up produced by Paperny Entertainment.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Tepper, Sean (2014-06-08). "Crime-fighting werewolf hits the big screens". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2015-04-02. 
  2. ^ Daniel, Calvin (May 28, 2014). "WolfCop …Unique approach to film's production". Yorkton This Week. 
  3. ^ Cooper, Patrick (March 26, 2015). "Interview: ‘WolfCop’ Director Lowell Dean". Bloody Disgusting. 
  4. ^ Cooper, Patrick (March 9, 2015). "Interview: ‘WolfCop’ Himself, Leo Fafard!". Bloody Disgusting. 

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