June 8, 1952 |
|Other names||Toshiro Boloney|
|Occupation||Producer, film director, writer, actor|
Matthew Bright (born June 8, 1952) is an American film director, writer and actor.
His first noted credits were as writer and actor in the 1980 film Forbidden Zone, portraying the twins Squeezit and René Henderson. The film includes his two masochistic characters living in a garbage can, spit on, raped and tortured in an alternate dimension's kingdom and decapitated by Satan (played by Danny Elfman). Bright was credited as Toshiro Boloney.
Matthew Bright is notable for directing and writing the 1996 exploitation film Freeway and its 1999 direct-to-video sequel.
- Forbidden Zone, writer (1980)
- Wildfire, writer (1988)
- Guncrazy, writer (1992)
- Dark Angel: The Ascent, writer (1994)
- Shrunken Heads, writer (1994)
- Freeway, writer/director (1996)
- Modern Vampires, writer (1998)
- Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby, writer/director (1999)
- Ted Bundy, writer/director (2002)
- Tiptoes, director (2003)
- "Matthew Bright". IMDb. Retrieved 2008-11-27.
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