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Also Known As: Robert Bartleh Cummings, Robert Cummings Jr., Rob Straker Died:
Born: January 12, 1965 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA Profession: writer, musician, director, designer for porn magazines, production assistant, bike messenger

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Sporting a thick mane of dark dreadlocks and armfuls of self-designed tattoos, horror rocker-turned-film director Rob Zombie found a comfortable niche scaring and enthralling, first, arena, followed by movie-going audiences. A true devotee of the horror genre in its classic forms, Zombie never strayed from his screen-fright roots, remaining faithful to the gory muse that fueled his creative ambitions since the earliest years of childhood.

Sporting a thick mane of dark dreadlocks and armfuls of self-designed tattoos, horror rocker-turned-film director Rob Zombie found a comfortable niche scaring and enthralling, first, arena, followed by movie-going audiences. A true devotee of the horror genre in its classic forms, Zombie never strayed from his screen-fright roots, remaining faithful to the gory muse that fueled his creative ambitions since the earliest years of childhood.

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DIRECTOR:

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  31 (2016)
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  Halloween 2 (2009)
4.
  Halloween (2007)
5.
  Devil's Rejects, The (2005) Director
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  House of 1,000 Corpses (2003) Director

CAST: (feature film)

3.
 Super (2011)
5.
 Heckler (2007)
6.
 Too Tough to Die (2006)
7.
 Slither (2006)
10.
 We Sold Our Souls for Rock 'N' Roll (2000) Vocals--Rob Zombie Band
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Was a production assistant on the CBS kiddie show, "Pee Wee's Playhouse"
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Formed the band White Zombie with fellow Parsons student, Shauna Reynolds; named band after Bela Lugosi 1932 classic film of the same name
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Released the independent albums <i>Psycho-Head Blowout</i> (1986), <i>Soul-Crusher</i> (1987) and <i>Make Them Die Slowly</i> (1989)
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Signed a recording contract with Geffen Records
1991:
Moved from New York to Los Angeles
1992:
First album released under a major label, <i>La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1.</i>
1996:
Recorded a cover of KC and the Sunshine Band's "I'm Your Boogieman" for the soundtrack to "The Crow: Salvation"
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Signed a deal with Miramax Films, to write and direct the third installment of the cult series, "The Crow"; screenplay was unused by the studio
1998:
White Zombie officially disbanded shortly after the release of singer Rob Zombie's solo album, <i>Hellbilly Deluxe</i>
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Formed own label, Zombie-a-Go-Go Records
2000:
Began work on his debut film, "House of 1000 Corpses" (originally to be released by Universal, but was sold and released by Lion's Gate Films in 2003)
2005:
Directed second feature, "The Devil's Rejects"
2007:
Directed a faux trailer, titled "Werewolf Women of the S.S." for the Rodriguez and Tarantino film, "Grindhouse"
2007:
Directed a remake of the legendary horror classic, "Halloween"
2008:
Earned a Grammy nomination for "Lords Of Salem" from the <i>Zombie Live</i> album
2009:
Directed the sequel to his successful remake, "Halloween II"
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Education

Parsons School of Design: New York , New York -
Pratt Institute: Brooklyn , New York -

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