Rodman Flender was born on Jun 09, 1962 in USA. Rodman Flender's big-screen debut came with Stripped to Kill 2: Live Girls directed by Katt Shea in 1989.
Native New Yorker Rodman Flender has acted on Broadway, studied documentary filmmaking at Harvard University, and cut his filmmaking teeth as VP of Production for independent movie icon Roger Corman. His wide range of film and television directing credits reflect his eclectic interests, from straight-up horror like "The Unborn" and "Scream - The TV Series", to comedies such as NBC's "The Office" and "Ugly Betty," comedy-horror mash-ups like HBO's "Tales From the Crypt" and the Columbia Pictures release "Idle Hands," and documentary features including "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop," one of Roger Ebert's Ten Best Documentaries of 2011.
BirthdayJun 09, 1962
Place of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
1 wins & 1 nominations
Movies & TV Shows
as Moe Selig4.0
as Silhouette Outside Front Window (uncredited)6.2
as Agile Dancer5.2
as Delivery boy4.6
as Senator's Assistant3.6
Stripped to Kill 2: Live Girls