A. J. Bowen

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AJ Bowen
Born(1977-12-21) December 21, 1977 (age 34)
Marietta, Georgia
OccupationActor
 
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AJ Bowen
Born(1977-12-21) December 21, 1977 (age 34)
Marietta, Georgia
OccupationActor

A. J. Bowen is an American stage and film actor who appeared as Lewis Denton in the film The Signal.

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Movie career

Bowen starred in Creepshow III, the Magnolia Pictures theatrical release, The Signal, as Lewis Denton, as the Hank, in The Season, as well as the upcoming Ti West film The House of the Devil.[1] His production company, Normaltown, has recently completed its first feature, the upcoming Maidenhead, in which he co-stars with Michael Parks (Kill Bill).[2] Bowen stars alongside Tony Todd, Danielle Harris, and Kane Hodder in Adam Green's Hatchet 2.[3] He was part of the Christmas Episode of Dread Central's Dinner for Friends Shark Alarm 2009 (the holiday edition of the site's podcast).[4] He stars also in the Ghost Raider Entertainment produced thriller film Rites of Spring.[5] Bowen worked with Jacob Gentry on the 2007 SciFi-Thriller film The Signal and the upcoming Science fiction film Synchronicity.[6]

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
2011You're NextCrispian
2010A Horrible Way to DieGarrick Turrell
2010Hatchet 2Layton
2009The House of the DevilVictor Ulman
2008The SeasonHank
2007The SignalLewis Denton
2006Creepshow IIIJerry
2004Last GoodbyeGabriel

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