Bio - Larry Fessenden directed an episode of NBC's FEAR ITSELF entitled "Skin and Bones." FEAR ITSELF is a provocative, new 13-episode suspense and horror anthology series from the Emmy-winning team behind "Masters of Horror."
Fessenden is the writer, director and editor of the award-winning art-horror movies "Habit," "No Telling," and "Wendigo." His most recent film, "The Last Winter," starring Ron Perlman, Connie Britton and James Le Gros, premiered at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival, was distributed by IFC FirstTake and will be out on dvd through Genius Products July 22.
As a character actor Fessenden has appeared in numerous films, including Neil Jordanıs "The Brave One," Jim Jarmusch's "Broken Flowers," Martin Scorsese's "Bringing Out The Dead," Steve Buscemi's "Animal Factory," Jim Mickle's "Mulberry Street," Brad Anderson's "Session 9," and "Imaginary Heroes" by Dan Harris. Fessenden stars in "Habit," and the Sundance pictures "Margarita Happy Hour" (Ilya Chaiken) and "River Of Grass" (Kelly Reichardt).
Fessenden has been a producer on various projects including Kelly Reichardt's "Wendy and Lucy," Ti West's "House of the Devil," James McKenney's "Satan Hates You," JT Petty's "Blood Red Earth," Ilya Chaiken's "Liberty Kid," Douglas Buck's remake of DePalma's "Sisters," Jeff Winner's "Satellite" and David Gebroe's "Zombie Honeymoon."
Under his low budget horror banner ScareFlix, Fessenden has produced Ti West's "The Roost" and "Trigger Man," and James Felix McKenney's "The Off Season" and "Automatons." 2008 sees the completion of two new Scareflix: Graham Reznick's "I Can See You" and Glenn McQuaidıs "I Sell the Dead" starring Dominic Monaghan, Ron Perlman, Angus Scrimm, and Fessenden.
Fessenden has operated the production company Glass Eye Pix since 1985, with the mission of supporting individual voices in the arts.