Ronald Shusett

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Ronald Shusett
Born June 1935 (age 83)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation Screenwriter, Producer
Spouse(s) Linda Turley

Ronald Shusett (born June 1935) is an American motion picture screenwriter and producer, usually in the science fiction genre.

He wrote the original story for Alien (1979) with Dan O'Bannon and later Alien vs. Predator (2004).

In 1974, he was the first to option the Philip K. Dick short story, "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale", that became the basis of the film Total Recall.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • W (1974) – story
  • Alien (1979) – story / executive producer
  • Phobia (1980) – story
  • Dead & Buried (1981) – screenwriter / producer
  • The Final Terror (1983) – screenwriter
  • King Kong Lives (1986) – screenwriter / executive producer
  • Above the Law (1988) – screenwriter
  • Total Recall (1990) – screenwriter / producer
  • Freejack (1992) – screenwriter / producer
  • Bleeders (1997) – screenwriter
  • Minority Report (2002) – executive producer
  • Alien vs. Predator (2004) – screen story
  • The Medusa Hour (2008) – executive producer
  • Death Warrior (2008) – producer
  • Deadly Exchange (2009) – screenwriter
  • Hunt of the Sea Wolves (2009) – executive producer

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