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Roger Avary
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Roger on the set of the Silent Hill movie
Birth date
August 23 1965 (1965-08-23) (age 51 )
Death date
NA
Silent Hill films
Silent Hill
Role
Writer

Roger Avary is a Canadian screenwriter best known for writing Pulp Fiction and Silent Hill. For his work on Pulp Fiction, he won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

Background

Avary's career was launched through his friendship with famed writer and director Quentin Tarantino, with whom he made several films: Reservoir Dogs, Natural Born Killers, and Pulp Fiction. Avary also wrote and directed Killing Zoe and The Rules of Attraction. In 2007, Avary co-wrote Beowulf with Neil Gaiman.

On January 13, 2008, Avary was arrested on charges of manslaughter and DUI, due to a car crash in which his friend Andreas Zini was killed. He pleaded guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter and two felony counts of causing bodily injury while intoxicated, and was sentenced to one year in work furlough and five years probation. After eight months, Avary was released from prison.

Silent Hill

Avary was hired in 2005 to write the scipt to Silent Hill, the big screen adaptation of the popular video game of the same name. He co-wrote the script with Christophe Gans and Nicolas Boukhrief. For reasons unknown, Avary was the only one of the three writers to receive a writing credit for the film.

Silent Hill: Revelation

Avary was asked to write the sequel to Silent Hill, the 2012 film Silent Hill: Revelation. In November of 2010, Avary was officially dropped from the film, and it was passed to Michael J. Bassett, who rewrote the script.

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Actors
Major Actors
Radha Mitchell - Sean Bean - Laurie Holden - Deborah Kara Unger - Kim Coates - Tanya Allen - Alice Krige - Jodelle Ferland
Other Actors
Eve Crawford - Nicky Guadagni - Chris Britton - Roberto Campanella - Michael Cota - Yvonne Ng - Lorry Ayers - Emily Lineham
Direction
Christophe Gans
Production
Samuel Hadida - Don Carmody - Victor Hadida - Nicolas Boukhrief - Deb LeFaive - Andrew Mason - Akira Yamaoka
Writing
Christophe Gans - Nicolas Boukhrief - Roger Avary
Music
Jeff Danna - Akira Yamaoka
Notable Crew
Dan Laustsen - Carol Spier - Wendy Partridge - Patrick Tatopoulos - Paul Jones

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