|The $40,000 Man||Director||n/a||4|
|The $40,000 Man||Screenwriter||n/a||1|
|Art School Confidential||2006||Director||n/a||4|
|Ghost World||2001||Song||songs("Pickin' Cotton Blues" "Zine-O-Phobia Music")||1|
|Raised in Chicago|
|Zwigoff joined Robert Crumb's band The Cheap Suit Serenaders (date approximate)|
|Direct fiction film "Ghost World"; also co-scripted, based on Daniel Clowes' comic book; shared Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay with Clowes|
|During the 1970s, published several of Robert Crumb's comics|
|Helmed the dark comedy "Bad Santa" starring Billy Bob Thornton and Tony Cox as conmen|
|Helmed an adaptation of Daniel Clowes' comic story "Art School Confidential," with John Malkovich and Jim Broadbent|
|Abandonded planned documentary on Woody Allen "for personal reasons"|
|First won attention with documentary "Louie Bluie"|
|Directed documentary, "Crumb"|
|Melissa Axelrod||Wife||worked at a comic book company|
|The Cheap Suit Serenaders, a string band with which both Zwigoff and Crumb played, recorded three albums of blues and jazz in the 1970s.|
|"This was never to me a film about Robert Crumb. It was always the story of these three brothers, and how one made it and the others didn't. . . . I'm very comfortable with the film, but what I can't control is how people interpret [it]. I spent a lot of time with that family on film because I wanted people to get past that initial reaction of, 'Oh, here we have . . . people who are sort of crazy.' I thought they were a very brilliant family." --Terry Zwigoff in DAILY NEWS, April 24, 1995|
|"I've got a chance to make a documentary on Woody Allen, but I might just do a feature instead because documentarians get treated like such second-class citizens." --Zwigoff quoted in VARIETY, January 21, 1996|
|Zwigoff on refusing to make a movie with a big name actor that has greater influence in making a movie than the director: "I cannot force myself to do that, not because I have any integrity necessarily or arrogance about it. I just wouldn't know how to direct a person who is wrong for a role."
"I don't have that many years left," he added. "The films I want to make, I really want to be passionate about."---From Reuters, May 4, 2006.
Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.