Ross Duffer

Ross Duffer

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Birthday: Feb 15, 1984

Birthplace: Durham, North Carolina, USA

Working alongside twin brother Matt, writer, director and producer Ross Duffer cut his teeth on several short films before helming feature-length horror "Hidden" (2015) and TV mystery "Stranger Things" (Netflix, 2016-). Born in Durham, NC, both of the Duffer brothers studied Film Production at Orange County's Chapman University where they made their first film, "We All Fall Down" (2005), a short about a wealthy family fleeing the Great Plague of 1666. The siblings then followed it up with "Eater" (2007), the tale of a police station stalked by a cannibal, "Road to Moloch" (2009), a story based on a group of reconnaissance soldiers encountering an ancient evil, and "Vessel" (2012), a short about an otherworldly force terrorizing passengers on a domestic flight. In 2015, Ross and Matt moved onto the small screen to write three episodes of "Wayward Pines" (Fox, 2015-), the hit adaptation of Blake Crouch's post-apocalyptic mystery novel. Later that same year, they wrote and directed their first full-length feature with "Hidden" (2015), a horror thriller in which a family are forced to take refuge from a dangerous outbreak in a bomb shelter. In 2016, the pair landed their very own TV show, "Stranger Things" (Netflix, 2016-), an 1980s-set mystery about a missing boy starring Winona Ryder.



No Score Yet 65% Hidden Writer,
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93% 91% Stranger Things Executive Producer,
2016-2017 2019
83% 85% James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Beyond Stranger Things Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet CBS This Morning Guest 2016