Eric Forsberg is the writer and director of the feature film Mega Piranha, as well as the writer of the feature film Snakes on a Train, one of the first mockbusters produced and released by The Asylum. He also wrote the screenplays for 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea and War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave, also for The Asylum. He directed the film Alien Abduction which aired on Sci Fi Channel, as well as Night of the Dead which aired on Chiller TV. Other writer and director credits include the political thriller Torture Room, and the stoner comedy Sex Pot, as well as Monster, Almighty Thor, Arachnoquake, and Age of the Hobbits. He also worked as a Co-Producer and assistant director on numerous films for Christopher Coppola and Alain Silver, including White Nights, Bel Air, and Palmer's Pickup. In his early years Forsberg was an improvisational comedy instructor at The Players Workshop and The Second City Training Center in Chicago.
|Born:||Dec 16, 1959, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Occupation:||Producer, film director, writer|
|Parent(s):||Josephine Forsberg, Rolf Forsberg|
|IMDb:||Eric Forsberg's IMDb|
About Eric Forsberg
Screenwriter who is best known for penning the mockbuster, Snakes on a Train.
He first worked in the theater scene in Chicago, and was an early member of Second City.
He founded Cerebral Entertainment, his production company.
He married his wife, Karen, and had one daughter: Lola.
Like comedian, Chris Farley, he was a devout member of Second City in Chicago.
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