Gary J. Tunnicliffe

About Gary J. Tunnicliffe

Who is it?: Make Up Department, Special Effects, Actor
Birth Day: February 27, 1968
Birth Place:  Burntwood, England, United Kingdom
Birth Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Special make-up effects Director Screenwriter
Spouse(s): Georgiana Pana Tunnicliffe

Gary J. Tunnicliffe Net Worth

Gary J. Tunnicliffe was bornon February 27, 1968 in  Burntwood, England, United Kingdom, is Make Up Department, Special Effects, Actor. Gary J. Tunnicliffe has been working in the film industry since 1990, first as a make up effects artist in the UK, before moving to Los Angeles where he started his own make up fx design company 'Two Hours in the Dark Inc' which he closed in 2016 after 15 years to focus on art, writing and directingHe designed and created make up effects on over 100 films working with such actors as Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp, John Travolta and Robert DeNiro , such Directors as David Fincher, Stephen Norrington, Renny Harlin, and Wes Craven and many, many 'genre' franchises including Hellraiser, Halloween, Candyman, Mimic, Pumpkinhead, Prophecy, Pulse, Children of the Corn, Exorcist, Wishmaster, Dracula, Scream, Blade and Scary Movie.He has written and directed several feature films working with such actors as Christopher Lloyd, Chloe Grace Moretz, Wallace Shawn, Howie Mandel, Lynne Redgrave, James Karen, Chevy Chase, James Earl Jones and Dakota Fanning etc
Gary J. Tunnicliffe is a member of Make Up Department

💰 Net worth: $13 Million

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In addition to his work on the Hellraiser films, Tunnicliffe has worked with Clive Barker on Candyman (1992) and Lord of Illusions (1995). Tunnicliffe has also worked with Patrick Lussier on several films, including the Dracula 2000 series, My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009), and Drive Angry (2011). Other franchises include Pulse (2006) and its sequels, Mimic 2 (2001) and Mimic 3: Sentinel (2003), and Scream 4 (2011). Besides Hellraiser: Judgment, Tunnicliffe's feature directing work includes the fairy tale films Hansel and Gretel (2002) and Jack and the Beanstalk (2009). He also directed the short films No More Souls and The Chicken Run, which are set in the Hellraiser and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre universes, respectively.