Tracy Morse was born on May 24, 1965 in USA. Tracy Morse's big-screen debut came with Six-String Samurai directed by Lance Mungia in 1998, strarring Archer #2.
Tracy Morse moved from Rhode Island to Los Angeles in 1992 to pursue his dream of becoming a rock star. When reality set in (followed immediately by a haircut) he got cracking on a career in the film industry, looking for a way to merge his rock-star sensibilities with a passion for storytelling.During his 25 years in the entertainment business, Tracy has written over 48 feature screenplays, plus numerous pilots, treatments and shorts for over a dozen producers and directors in Hollywood. He has also directed commercials, music videos and short films with and for a variety of creative partners. Tracy's shorts, Chasing Jason & Wednesday The 13th, created under his B-movie persona Chopper Denton, earned him numerous awards including Comic-Con's coveted Fan Favorite Award, and they still remain popular online today. Tracy co-wrote and co-directed his first feature Demon Legacy with John Savage & Eileen Dietz in 2009, and Creature, co-written by Tracy and produced by The Bubble Factory, opened nationwide in September 2011. Tracy also created a horror screenwriting course called Scared Scriptless, which he tours when given the opportunity. He currently has two screenplays in preproduction, looking to go to camera this spring. 4.19.21
BirthdayMay 24, 1965
Place of BirthAttleboro, Massachusetts, USA
16 wins & 6 nominations
Movies & TV Shows
as Gunshot Suicide4.2
as Archer #26.5