Everett De Roche was an American-Australian screenwriter who has worked extensively in Australian film and TV. He was best known for his work in the thriller and horror genre, with such credits as Long Weekend, Patrick and Roadgames.
About Everett De Roche
Screenwriter who is best known for writing the 1979 film Snapshot.
He originally worked as a journalist before segueing into film and television.
He was an extraordinarily fast typer and is remembered by most for his writing speed.
He got married at a young age and emigrated to Australia.
His film Windrider starred Nicole Kidman.