|Standing Still||2006||Actor||Franklin Brauner||20067|
|Scream 2007||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||Himself||20087|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Director||n/a||4|
|Boogie Boy||1997||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|XIII||2013 2012 - 2013||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Last Man||2002||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Screenplay||(Adaptation)||1|
|Pulp Fiction||1994||Story By||Stories By||1|
|Beowulf||2007||Song||("Olaf Drinking Song")||1|
|Reservoir Dogs||1992||ADR/Dialogue Editor||background radio dialogue||1|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Sound Designer||n/a||1|
|Reservoir Dogs||1992||Titles||logo creator(Dog Eat Dog)||1|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Other||Montage||1|
|With Aaron Spelling, produced the busted series pilot "Odd Jobs"; also wrote and directed|
|Executive produced the direct-to-video release "Boogie Boy"|
|Co-wrote with Quentin Tarantino, "Pulp Fiction" receiving a 'Story by' credit|
|Directed the feature adaptation of "The Rules of Attraction"; also wrote screenplay adaptation based on Bret Easton Ellis' novel|
|Began work at D'arcy Masius Benton & Bowles advertising agency|
|Played the part of a peyote-taking gonzo film director Franklin Brauner (AKA Donald Cammell) in the film "Standing Still"|
|Film directing debut "Killing Zoe" (also scripted)|
|Wrote and produced an adaptation of "Beowulf," directed by Robert Zemeckis|
|Won Los Angeles Student Film Expo at 16 with "The Worm Turns"|
|Began making Super-8 short films|
|Served as an executive producer of the festival-screened "The Last Man" (film shot in 1996)|
|Penned 80-page script "The Open Road," which Quentin Tarantino used as the basis for what became "True Romance"; Avary assisted in structuring Tarantino's version but did not receive screen credit|
|Wrote background dialogue and designed logo for "Reservoir Dogs"|
|Gala Avary||Daughter||Born December 4, 1995|
|Art Center College of Design|
|Avary holds dual citizenship with Canada and the USA; he describes himself as "a landed immigrant to the United States".|
|There is a website devoted to him at www.avary.com|
|"Killing Zoe" is "a movie about choice, and not choosing. About following and control through hysteria, and lies of omission. It's largely my mind-state at the time when I wrote it, and how I was viewing the world." - Avary quoted in Village Voice, Sep. 6, 1994|
|Avary was arrested for manslaughter and DUI, after crashing his car in Ojai and killing a passenger. The crash happened in the early morning hours of Jan. 13, 2008. Sheriff's deputies say Avary's wife was ejected from the car but survived. Another passenger, 42-year-old Andreas Zini, of Italy, was killed. In September 2009, Avary was sentenced to a year in jail for vehicular manslaughter as well as five years' probation.|
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