Todd Livingston

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Todd Livingston is a filmmaker and author

Biography[edit]

Livingston began his career as a comedian in the critically acclaimed quintette 'Open Season'. The group toured the U.S. and Canada, headlining clubs and colleges and becoming regulars at L.A’s Comedy Store, New York’s Comic Strip and Improv, where they would often share the stage with Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.

During the slim non-touring time, Todd took gigs acting for network TV and movies, including Unsolved Mysteries and Umberto Lenzi’s cult horror favorite Hitcher in the Dark.

Livingston also co-wrote & produced and directed the supernatural comedy film So, You've Downloaded a Demon at Accidental Films and the graphic novels, mainly published by Image Comics: America jr., The Black Forest and The Wicked West, as well as The Living and The Dead, Chopper Zombie and the mini-series The Odd Squad.

Awards[edit]

The Black Forest won the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards for Best Horror Comic of 2004,[1] and in 2005 The Black Forest 2 won the award again.[2]

Publications[edit]

  • The Black Forest (27 April 2004, co-authored with Robert Tinnell)
  • The Wicked West Volume 1 (2 November 2004, co-authored with Robert Tinnell)
  • The Black Forest Book 2: The Castle of Shadows (4 October 2005, co-authored with Robert Tinnell)
  • The Living and the Dead (30 November 2005, co-authored with Robert Tinnell)
  • The Wicked West Volume 2: Abomination & Other Tales]] (31 October 2006, co-authored with Robert Tinnell)
  • America Jr. Volume 1 (7 August 2007, co-authored with Nick Capetanakis)
  • Chopper Zombie (12 August 2008)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Legends, Newcomers win 3rd Annual Rondo Awards: Harryhausen and Dunagan, Creature and Hyde named best of 2004 in record horror fan vote," Rondo Awards press release (Feb. 19, 2005).
  2. ^ "Kong Stomps Competition in 4th Rondo Awards: Great ape takes 7 awards; Lorre bio is best book; Busam is Monster Kid of Year," Rondo Awards press release (Feb. 19, 2006).

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