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Born: June 16, 1963 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Writer ...
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2003:
Co-wrote the teen adventure, "Agent Cody Banks"
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Reportedly worked on the script for the animated "Cats Don't Dance" (1997); did not receive final credit
2007:
With Karaszewski, adapted a Stephen King short story called "1408"
1996:
Won critical and popular acclaim with the controversial "The People vs. Larry Flynt", directed by Milos Forman; co-penned with Karaszewski
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Raised in Southern California
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Began shooting Super-8mm movies while in high school
1997:
Co-wrote the screenplay for the remake of Disney's "That Darn Cat"; credited as S M Alexander
1999:
Pair reteamed with Forman to script biopic of Andy Kaufman "Man on the Moon"
1986:
Within two weeks of graduating from college, sold first spec script "Homewreckers" to 20th Century Fox for $300,0000
1990:
First produced screenplay, "Problem Child"; co-written with Larry Karaszewski
1994:
Had first critical hit with "Ed Wood", directed by Tim Burton; co-written with Karaszewski
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Met future partner Larry Karaszewski while at USC in the 1980s
1988:
TV writing debut, an episode of the syndicated series "Monsters"; also directed an episode
1998:
With Karaszewski, made co-directorial debut with "Screwed", also co-scripted (released theatrically in 2000)
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Worked on script rewrites of "Mars Attacks!" (1996) for Tim Burton; denied on screen credit by the Writers Guild

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