Dean Lorey might not be a household name, but he’s certainly been a contributing factor to many conversations within them.
Well, you know that show Arrested Development? He helped write it!
(And, if we’re going to be realistic, if you’ve never even mentioned the series before… you probably live under a rock.)
Dean Lorey is a Hollywood screenwriter whose credits include co-executive producer of the cult TV hit Arrested Development. He wrote a script for the movie that would become My Boyfriend’s Back, collaborating with Adam Marcus and Sean S. Cunningham. Afterward, Sean asked him to finish the screenplay for Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, in which he also had a cameo appearance. From there, he continued to write screenplays for movies as well as working on writing, directing, and producing for television.
ComicBookJerk had the opportunity to speack with Dean Lorey at the Lexington Comic & Toy Con 2012 about his work, check it out:
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