The Boy

The Boy

by Tom Holland

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All they talked about in the Barrio was The Boy. He touched you and you were rid of whatever ailed you. Audie Cardozo thought he was just a legend, until, he grabbed a strange kid off the street. He was deaf and dumb, but he looked the part. Audie thought he could use him in a scam, only to find out he was The Boy and he could cure any sickness. That’s when Audie’s problems really began.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044617087
Publisher: Tom Holland
Publication date: 06/26/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 162 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Master of Terror - Tom Holland publishes his first eBook short stories via Dead Rabbit Media.Tom Holland’s impressive resume of work has earned him a spot among the best horrorcreators in Hollywood. From bringing to life the unforgettable Chucky to influencing theundying vampire genre with “Fright Night, Holland is continuing to scare and shock hisfans to this day. With his newly formed production company DEAD RABBIT FILMSHolland is writing and directing a new 2013 series for FearNet, entitled “Tom Holland’sTwisted Tales.”Holland began his career at an early age, apprenticing at a local playhouse beforeentering theatre school at Northwestern University. With a strong desire to act, Hollandleft college and moved to New York City where he was signed to a seven-year contractwith Warner Brothers under the stage name Tom Fielding. Guest starring on numerousshows, he eventually landed in the soap opera world were he had a successful careerstarring in “Flame in the Wind,” among other shows. In addition, a highlight of his careerwas playing opposite Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman in the film “A Walk in theSpring Rain.”Holland began studying at the Actors Studio in Hollywood, under the tutelage of LeeStrausberg, but eventually returned to college, attending UCLA where he graduatedSumma Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with his law degree.Upon passing the California State Bar, a screenplay Holland had written was optionedand he again decided to jump feet first back into entertainment. Screenwriting “TheInitiation of Sarah” staring Morgan Fairchild and “Class of’84”, Holland continued towrite and act, guest starring on TV series like “The Incredible Hulk.” In 1982 Holland’sbig break came when he wrote the sequel to Hitchcock’s “Psycho,” for which he receivedan Edgar Allen Poe Award nomination.Holland’s directorial debut came in 1985 with the vampire horror film “Fright Night,” aclassic that was recently remade in 2011 and continues to have a cult-like followingtoday. Holland won a Saturn Award for Best Writing and was nominated for Best Directorfor "Fright Night." In 1988 he co-scripted and directed the original “Child’s Play,” andagain was honored with a Saturn nomination for Best Writing. He then teamed up withhorror legend Stephen King and adapted two of his stories “The Langoliers” and“Thinner.”After a brief hiatus, Holland was lured back into the world of horror when he was chosenas one of the featured directors for Showtime’s “Masters of Horror” series. In 2012 hereceived the The Reaper Award’s LIFETIME ACHIEVMENT AWARD (The Grimmy)presented by Home Media Magazine.Holland and his wife live in Los Angeles and he is the father of actor Josh Holland.

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