Roger Avary

 

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Roger Avary (born Roger d'Avary on August 23, 1965) is a Canadian film and television producer, screenwriter and director in the American mass media industry. He was behind the screenplays of the films Silent Hill and Beowulf. Before that he had worked on Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, the later of which earned both him and Quentin Tarantino an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay at the 67th Academy Awards. He also directed the films Killing Zoe and The Rules of Attraction among other film and television projects as well.

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Roger Avary

Born 1965-08-23 (54 years ago) in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 10th Independent Spirit Awards 1995 Pulp Fiction
BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 1995 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1995 Pulp Fiction
Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 67th Academy Awards 1994 Pulp Fiction
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 1995 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1995 Pulp Fiction
Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 10th Independent Spirit Awards 1995 Pulp Fiction
Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (Pulp Fiction) 67th Academy Awards 1994 Pulp Fiction

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Roger Avary (born Roger d'Avary on August 23, 1965) is a Canadian film and television producer, screenwriter and director in the American mass media industry. He was behind the screenplays of the films Silent Hill and Beowulf. Before that he had worked on Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, the later of which earned both him and Quentin Tarantino an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay at the 67th Academy Awards. He also directed the films Killing Zoe and The Rules of Attraction among other film and television projects as well.

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