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Sam Raimi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Samuel Marshall "Sam" Raimi (October 23, 1959) is an American film director, producer, actor and writer. He is best known for directing cult horror films like the Evil Dead series, Darkman and Drag Me to Hell, as well as the blockbuster Spider-Man films and the producer of the successful TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, Legend of the Seeker and Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Description above from the Wikipedia article Sam Raimi, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Oct 23, 1959 In Royal Oak, Michigan, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
Première apparrition :
In the movie It's Murder! 1977-01-01
Dernier projet:
Film Le Livre de la jungle 2016-04-07
Connu pour
Poster of The Gore the Merrier: The Making of Evil Dead II
Poster of Maniac Cop
Poster of Stryker's War
Poster of The Blind Waiter
Film Le Livre de la jungle Giant Squirrel (voice) 2016-04-07
Film 3 Geezers! Director 2013-05-22
Film Jusqu'en enfer Ghost at Seance (uncredited) 2009-03-15
Film Suck My Geek! himself 2007-11-30
Film The Gore the Merrier: The Making of Evil Dead II Himself 2000-08-29
Film Starforce Nervous Official 1995-06-27
Series Le fléau Bobby Terry 1994-05-08
Film L'été indien Stick Coder 1993-04-23
Film Petits cauchemars avant la nuit Dead Bill 1993-08-07
Film Flying Saucers Over Hollywood: The 'Plan 9' Companion Himself 1992-01-01
Film Innocent Blood Roma Meats Man 1992-09-25
Film Miller's Crossing Snickering Gunman 1990-09-21
Film Maniac Cop 2 Newscaster 1990-12-13
Film This is Horror Himself 1989-01-01
Film Intruder Randy 1989-01-27
Film Maniac Cop Parade Reporter 1988-05-13
Film Stephen King's World of Horror himself 1986-01-01
Film Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except Cult Leader 1985-01-01
Film Drôles d'espions Drive-in guard #2 1985-12-06
Film Evil dead (1981) Hitchhiking Fisherman 1981-10-15
Film The Blind Waiter Busboy 1980-02-01
Film Stryker's War Cult Leader 1980-07-04
Film It's Murder! 1977-01-01