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|Charles H. Eglee|
|Name||Charles H. Eglee|
|Place of birth||New Haven, Connecticut|
|Date of birth||November 27th, 1951|
|Date of death|
|First appearance||Piranha (1978)|
Charles H. Eglee is a television producer and teleplay writer. He was born in New Haven, Connecticut on November 27th, 1951. In horror, Eglee is best known for his work on the AMC television series The Walking Dead. He also wrote the season 1 episode "Tell It to the Frogs".
Eglee's first work in the horror genre however was actually much earlier. In 1978 he was an assistant director on Joe Dante's killer fish film Piranha. In 1981 he co-wrote the screenplay for the sequel Piranha II: The Spawning under the pseudonym H.A. Milton.
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|Piranha II: The Spawning||1981||Co-writer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Charles H. Eglee is also known for co-creating the 2000-2002 science fiction series Dark Angel with Aliens director James Cameron.
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