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Robbie Ribspreader is the reclusive b-movie screenwriter of such films as Doomed to Consume, She-Demons of the Black Sun, Tender Flesh For Zombie Goddess, and others. His film Purple Glow (directed by Sv Bell) was screened in 2005 at the Fantasia Festival and took first place in the science-fiction category at the 2005 Wreck-Beach Film Festival. He is known throughout the industry as the fastest screenwriter on the underground scene, and has worked with a variety of filmmakers on many different projects simultaneously.
Ribspreader currently resides at either of his two homes, in Germany and New Orleans.
Robbie Ribspreader was born on August 31, 1977 in Detroit City. His father was a one-armed grist mill worker and his mother was what was known as a chuck wagon stewardess. Originally planning to become a lawyer, his plans changed after becoming ensconced in the world of underground cinema. In 1995, at the age of eighteen, he married Rosalita Giacomanco-Vasquez Ortiz, a showgirl at an infamous New Orleans burlesque theater. One year later, she died in what was described in newspapers to be “an industrial accident.” Ribspreader slipped into seclusion for some time afterward, only to return to the movie scene full-force with his screenplay for the film Purple Glow, which went on to win Best Sci-Fi at the 2005 Wreck-Beach Film Festival. To date, he has written some of the most poignant B-movie screenplays, creating a niche for his work and a name throughout the film industry.