David DeCoteau

 


David DeCoteau


​A dual citizen of Canada and the USA, David DeCoteau has worked professionally in the movie business since he was 18 years old. He got his start through a generous offer from movie legend Roger Corman, who hired him in 1980 as a production assistant at New World Pictures. In 1986, DeCoteau directed and produced his first feature film for another generous film legend, Charles Band. DeCoteau has gone on to produce and direct more than fifty motion pictures over the past twenty years. His passion lies in the creation of popular genre programming made for world consumption. DeCoteau's experience in creating content in countries all over the world makes him a proven choice for exceptionally challenging movie projects. He resides in British Columbia, Canada and Hollywood, California.


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David DeCoteau is known for:



The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist



Totem

Totem



Wolves of Wall Street

Wolves of Wall Street



The Brotherhood

The Brotherhood


David DeCoteau Movie Credits


Robot Ninja

Character : Russ Mazzola

100 Years of Horror: Scream Queens

Character : Himself

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

Character : Himself

 

Zombie Cop

Character : Guy driving car

Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era

Character : Himself

Creaturealm: From the Dead

Character : Himself

I Am Divine

Character : Himself

Hollywood Mortuary

Character : Himself

Shock Cinema: Volume One

Character : Himself

Shock Cinema: Volume Four

Character : Himself / Director

Celluloid Wizards in the Video Wasteland: The Saga of Empire Pictures

Character : Himself

Trophy Heads

Character : Juicy Stand Customer

The Disaster Artist

Character : Himself (uncredited)

Puppet Master: Axis Termination

Character : Flamboyant Nazi #1

Kitchen

Character : No character defined

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