Todd Solondz

Todd Solondz

Highest Rated: 90% Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995)

Lowest Rated: 43% Palindromes (2004)

Birthday: Oct 15, 1959

Birthplace: Newark, New Jersey, USA

Thanks to a series of independent films, writer-director Todd Solondz left an indelible mark upon the filmmaking world. Solondz made his official debut with "Welcome to the Dollhouse" (1995), a heartbreaking yet hilarious chronicle of junior high school life as seen through the eyes of a put-upon young girl. This auspicious debut garnered the filmmaker much attention, which he parlayed into his next film, "Happiness" (1998), a truly dark and twisted film that generated controversy. "Happiness" forced audiences and critics to take note. By the time he directed "Life During Wartime" (2010), a companion piece to "Happiness," Solondz had emerged as a hailed filmmaker once again, willing to tackle difficult subjects, to the praise of both critics and audiences.

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Credit
74% 41% Wiener-Dog Director,
Screenwriter
$445.4K 2016
70% 41% Dark Horse Director,
Screenwriter
$1M 2011
68% 48% Life During Wartime Director,
Screenwriter
$278.8K 2009
43% 69% Palindromes Director,
Writer
$553.4K 2004
53% 67% Storytelling Director,
Writer
$912.4K 2001
81% 89% Happiness Director,
Writer
$3M 1998
90% 86% Welcome to the Dollhouse Director,
Writer,
Producer
$4.8M 1995
No Score Yet 47% Fear, Anxiety and Depression Ira Ellis (Character),
Director
$4.2K 1989
No Score Yet No Score Yet In Transit Musician (Character) - 1986

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