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Nocturnal Frequency Radio-Actor David Hess (LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT)

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(ACTOR, MUSICIAN, PRODUCER, DIRECTOR)  In 1972, David's career split off into several new directions with his starring role in the Wes Craven classic "Last House on the Left", for which he also composed the soundtrack. (David has since acted in over 30 films.) A subsequent job offer from Polygram Records gave David the opportunity to move to Munich, Germany, and a multi-lingual career in film dubbing from 1972 to 1976 which in turn led him to writing the English shooting scripts for such German greats as Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Reinhardt Hauff and his present collaborator, Peter Schamoni. David's ability to switch seamlessly from in front of the camera to the production team earned him the opportunity to direct his first American feature film, "To All A Good Night", for Media Home Entertainment in 1980. He also appeared in two low budget horror films directed by Ruggero Deodato - The House on the Edge of the Park (1979) and Body Count (1985). David's newest musical accomplishments include the release of two CDs, "Caught Up In The Moment", and "Live & Unplugged in Hollywood," as well as contributing six tracks for Lion's Gate Films' horror feature "Cabin Fever." David has recently returned from the filming of Lee Demarbre's Smash Cut, and is scheduled to appear in three more films over the next year..