Ti West Biography
Ti West is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, editor, cinematographer, and occasional actor, best known for his work in horror films. He has also acted in a number of films, mostly in those directed by either himself or Joe Swanberg.
He directed the horror films The Roost (2005), The House of the Devil (2009), The Innkeepers(2011), The Sacrament (2013), and the Western In a Valley of Violence (2016).
Ti West Age
Ti West Background
West was born in Wilmington, Delaware. He attended the School of Visual Arts. He was featured in a 2001 fall issue of Teen People magazine.
Information about his parents and siblings is not known.Ti West Photo
Ti West Married
He has kept his personal life off the cameras and hence no information about his past relationships and dating life is known.
Ti West Career
Some of directorial works include the 2001 short The Wicked, and feature films The Roost (2005), Trigger Man (2007), The House of the Devil(2009), The Innkeepers (2011), and The Sacrament (2013).
In 2004, he appeared The Woman Who Split Before Dinner as Old Man Conrad. In 2009, he wrote, produced and directed the web series Dead & Lonely for IFC Films.
He disowned the 2009 horror film Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, citing massive interference and re-editing. He wanted to remove his name completely from the film and give directing credit to Alan Smithee, but his request was denied.
In 2012, he worked with Adam Wingard, Simon Barrett, David Bruckner, Joe Swanberg, Glenn McQuaid and the Radio Silence Productions hosts Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Chad Villella on the anthology horror film V/H/S.
He also directed the segment “Second Honeymoon”. In June 2015, it was reported that West would direct an episode of MTV’s Scream television series. He directed the penultimate episode of the first season, titled “The Dance” He has also directed an episode of Jason Blum and Eli Roth’s WE tv horror series South of Hell, titled “Take Life Now”.
He wrote, directed, produced and edited the Western film In a Valley of Violence, which starred Ethan Hawke, Taissa Farmiga, and John Travolta.