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Scott W. Perry was born on August 13, 1977 on Long Island, where he has lived all his life. At an early age, Scott developed a love for film. At the age of 8, Scott wanted to watch a "FRIDAY THE 13TH" movie but his parents would not allow him unless he watched a video on special effects. The tape, "TOM SAVINI'S SCREAM GREATS," made Scott appreciate the magic of movie making. At the age of 12, Scott wrote and directed his first play, an adaptation of Mark Twain's "TOM SAWYER" and by the age of 14 had made his first short movie. In 1993, Scott entered Wilson Tech to study video production and made countless projects over the next two years. Scott graduated from the program in 1995 and decided to go to Suffolk Community College to major in TV and Radio Production. There, he made two more projects with his old Wilson Tech group before departing from the group in 1997 when he received a job offer to work at MTV Networks, where he worked as production assistant on various MTV and VH1 shows from 1997-1999. In 2000, Scott focused his energies on screenwriting and studied intensely. In 2002, Scott finished his first screenplay. On April 2003, Scott won his first award as a screenwriter when his script UNSUNG, a personal drama, was given "Hall Of Fame" status on Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street website and followed it with two more "Top Ten" entries. In 2006, the Colonelscrypt was launched on DEADPIT.com as an exclusive salute to all things independent horror. In April 2007, with the blessing of the Deadpit boys Uncle Bill and the Creepy Kentuckian, the Colonel's Crypt became its own website. In addition to hosting the Colonelscrypt, Perry is also an independent filmmaker, making films under his Slick Devil Entertainment banner and also working as crew for filmmakers in the tri-state area. Perry's last short film INSATIABLE has received critical acclaim from many web publications and from peers in the film industry.