Tracy Morse

Tracy Morse

writer, actor, director

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

  • Birthday

    May 24, 1965
  • Place of Birth

    Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA


16 wins & 6 nominations

A Night of Horror International Film Festival
Winner - Screenplay Competition Award
Pick-A-Part (0)
Art Film Awards
Honourable Mention
Winner - April Award
Beneath the Trees (0)
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