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Scott Dikkers is a United States comedy writer and filmmaker. He was editor-in-chief of The Onion from 1989 to 2000, a position he took up again in 2005 after an extended hiatus in which he attempted to break into the world of film. He also wrote and illustrated Jim's Journal, a comic strip about the mundane life of a college student.
Dikkers directed the features Spaceman (1997), the story of a boy abducted by aliens and trained to become a killer; and Bad Meat (2003), starring Chevy Chase.
He is also author of You Are Worthless, a parody of self-help books.
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