Who is Rob Zombie? Most everyone knows him as the growling singer behind numerous horror rock records, both as a solo artist and in his first band White Zombie, as well as the writer and director of terror films like the trippy House of 1000 Corpses and its grittier sequel The Devil's Rejects, as well as the two most recent installments in the Halloween franchise, and both The Lords of Salem and the 2016 film 31.
But these are merely surface-level Rob Zombie facts. How did he come to be the horror Renaissance man he is today? Other than the works for which he's best known, what else has he done? What about projects that never made it off the ground?
Take a brief tour of the Rob Zombie biography below, and learn a thing or two about the man behind the legend.
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His First Job Was As A Gofer For 'Pee-Wee's Playhouse'Photo: CBS
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He Made A Voice Cameo In 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'Photo: Marvel
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He Directed A Woolite Commercial
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He Attributed Much Of White Zombie's Success To 'Beavis and Butt-Head'
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His First 45 Was The Jackson 5's "Dancing Machine"
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He's A Fan And Supporter Of BABYMETAL