Eli Roth Net Worth

Eli Roth Net Worth is
$19 Million

Eli Roth Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Eli Raphael Roth (created April 18, 1972) is an American film director, producer, writer and performer. He’s famous for directing the horror movie “Hostel” and its own sequel, “Hostel: Part II”. Journalists have contained him in several filmmakers dubbed the Splat Pack due to their expressly brutal and bloody horror movies.

In his closing years (1993/1994) at NYU film school, Roth wrote and directed a student movie called Eatery Dogs as a court to Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. He also met a part of special effects business KNB EFX through Lynch; KNB EFX would later bring to his first feature. Roth moved from NYC to LA in 1999; soon afterwards he wrote, directed, edited, produced, animated, and supplied voices to get a show of animated shorts called Chowdaheads for Mandalay Sports Entertainment. The shorts were meant to be demonstrated between WCW Monday Nitro professional wrestling matches, but the C.E.O. of WCW who’d green lit the job was fired the weekend before they were assumed to be aired, and they were never really air, despite being finished. Roth’s pal Noah Belson co-composed the shorts and supplied the other character voices After receiving financial back-up from your web site Z.com to deliver a 5-minute pilot, Roth wrote, directed, animated and produced a number of stop motion shorts in mid-2000 called The Rotten Fruit.[11] The business (z.com) folded soon after several episodes were finished, as well as the domain name “z.com” was picked up by Nissan years afterwards to encourage their sports car of exactly the same name. Some of the job for The Rotten Fruit was done in the Snake Pit studios in Burbank using mini sets, poseable clay and foam figures, two high end digital still cameras, as well as some of Macintosh computers. Roth’s pal Noah Belson co-composed the shorts and performed the character voices along with Roth.

Eli Roth Net Worth $19 Million Dollars

Full NameEli Roth
Net Worth$19 Million
Date Of BirthApril 18, 1972
Place Of BirthNewton, Massachusetts, United States
Height5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
ProfessionFilm Producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Film director, Television producer, Animator, Songwriter
EducationNew York University, Newton South High School
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseLorenza Izzo (m. 2014)
ParentsCora Roth, Sheldon Roth
SiblingsGabriel Roth, Adam J. Roth
NicknamesEli Raphael Roth , Eli R. Roth , David Kaufbird , Gorilka
AwardsScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble, San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Ensemble Performance, Phoenix Film Critics Society A...
NominationsIndependent Spirit Award for Best First Feature
MoviesThe Green Inferno, Knock Knock, Clown, Cabin Fever, Hostel, Inglourious Basterds, Aftershock, Hostel: Part II, Grindhouse, Death Wish, The Man with the Iron Fists, The Stranger, The Sacrament, Piranha 3D, Death Proof, The Last Exorcism Part II, Hostel: Part III, 2001 Maniacs, The Last Exorcism, Rock...
TV ShowsThe Rotten Fruit, Chowdaheads, Best Week Ever
Star SignAries
1Films contain explicit carnage
2Loves photographing through mirrors. In "Cabin Fever" Marcy examines herself, in "Hostel" the girls at the Hostel are first shown in reflection and Kana kills herself after seeing her reflection, and in "Hostel Part 2" there are several sequences of girls posing in triptych mirrors.
3Photographs in 2:35 aspect ratio to give his films a 'bigger budget' feel. Roth prefers the widescreen frame, which John Carpenter used in his early films.
4Classical orchestral score. Roth prefers the "classical" style of filmmaking, and scores his films with classical instruments. His one use of electronic music was a conscious choice for his "Grindhouse" trailer "Thanksgiving" to parody the era, but for his features Roth uses classical music. His favorite scores are "Psycho," "Jaws," and "The Shining," as well as Angelo Badalamenti's music, and their influence can be felt in all his films.
5Classical Filmmaking style. Roth photographs, edits, and scores his films like 1970s dramas. He does not use the modern "MTV" style of fast cutting, and prefers the filmmaking techniques not to be noticed, and to take a back seat to the story and performances.
1[on shooting of Hostel (2005) in the Czech Republic] The thing that is wonderful about shooting in Prague is that there is such an incredible wealth of talent. We are probably the only American movie that has gone in and used a local crew and a Czech DP. Every other movie that shoots there brings in their own crew and department heads. So the local actors will get roles like bus boy #3 or have some walk on role. Usually they will end up dubbing the voices so it doesn't sound like they are in the Czech Republic. That was the best thing about writing and then shooting there, because you could cast these actors and have authentic accents rather than trying to pretend. So, all the sudden you have these award winning actors like Jan Vlasák that plays the Dutch business man. We called him 'Hannibal Czechkter', and he was so great. He doesn't even speak English and he said: Don't worry, I learn. He's like the top Shakespearean actor in the country! Most of these actors could care less about being in big films in America, they just love acting.
2The Exorcist (1973) felt so real. I'd never seen anything that horrifying. It scared me for years, I had nightmares for years as a child and had always wanted to be involved in an exorcism movie.
3I still like The Boomtown Rats. Bob Geldof is actually my favorite person to argue about music with, because he just rolls his eyes when I talk about the genius of Powerslave, an Iron Maiden album. He just scratches his head, looks at his daughter and says: 'Why did you pick this guy?'
4I will be forever stuck in classic rock. I listen to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie. I have a soft spot for '80s metal, because I grew up in Massachusetts, so I listened to Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and Iron Maiden. I like weirder, more obscure stuff too like Devo.
5I really like The Office (2001), the original one. And obviously Sacha Baron Cohen, I have all the British Ali G DVDs. When I was shooting Hostel (2005), the children who played the street kids were these gypsies who lived in a commune. They didn't go to school but knew English from watching HBO and Ali G. They called me Eli G, and I had to say: 'Yo bitches!' Recently I've been watching Nighty Night (2004) with Julia Davis. That's one of my favorites.
6Peter Sellers is probably my favorite actor of all time. I just watched Dr Strangelove (Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)) the other night. I'm obsessed with him, even in The Party (1968) and Being There (1979). Peter Sellers can do no wrong in my book. I also love Ricky Gervais, Sacha Baron Cohen, Steve Coogan.
7I saw Alien (1979) when I was eight years old. To me, it was like a combination of Jaws (1975) and Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) and that's the movie that made me want to be a director. It traumatized me. I actually threw up I was so nervous after I saw it but that's like the highest compliment you can give a horror film. Then, when I was 12, I saw The Evil Dead (1981) and that movie traumatized me too, but I also discovered that a 21-year-old [Sam Raimi] directed it, that you can go off in the woods with your friends and for not much money make a classic.
8I read it and it was like Donny kicks open the door and shoots Hitler in the face. I was like 'Woo-hoo!' I was so happy. It was amazing. It was like I'm going to be the new Moses. - on the script for Inglourious Basterds
9I'd seen all these films on the festival circuit like Audition, Ichi the Killer, Sympathy for Mr Vengeance, and I said, this is the kind of movie I want to make. Something that's sick, and disturbing, and fucked- up... [but] I wanted it also to be a fun ride.
10Failure, in my book, is someone who lives in the safety of their laptop taking shots at those who actually achieved what they have been unable to do.
11If I don't come home covered head to toe in fake blood then I haven't done my job as a horror director.
12There's not a single instance of a horror movie actually causing any violence. People know it's fake, that's why they allow themselves to enjoy it. It helps them deal with their own fears, the fear of things beyond their control. People blow up abortion clinics and then blame the bible, but you would never say 'ban the bible,' you'd say that's some lunatic who wants to kill people and then hide behind religion. Nobody ever died from a horror movie, in fact, it's the opposite. It's the single best date movie you can go to, because you're guaranteed to be squeezing that person for the entire film. And if the movie works, your date won't want to go to sleep alone. Horror films are an aphrodisiac. 9 months from now I predict a wave of 'Hostel' babies.
13People don't enjoy violence in real life, but they love it in their movies. And I think a lot of studio horror movies don't want to offend anybody. If there's anything that's too far out there, they test it and if it offends people, they take it out. But Open Water, Wolf Creek, The Devil's Rejects -- these are movies made outside of the studio system, that don't have a happy ending. [The studios and critics] forget that that's what people are paying for -- to be terrified and disturbed.
14Cabin Fever was this crazy ride, as most of you know. It was all totally built through Internet and word of mouth, and we made it for a million and a half bucks, and it wound up doing like over 100 million dollars.
15Hype can be the best thing in the world, but too much of it can kill you. There's this weird balance between getting people excited to see the film, and not wanting to over-hype it to the point where they can't enjoy it because they've been told it's so great. Cabin Fever was definitely a victim of that, and people got really angry if it didn't live up to their expectations that they read on the Internet. The truth is, with movies like Hostel and Cabin Fever, the Internet's our only shot. They don't have the big stars like War of the Worlds, and they don't have the advertising dollars that these films do. Studios can spend $30-$40 million marketing a movie. How do you compete with that? You have to find a way to get fans to support your movie, and the Internet's the only way to reach them directly without a huge budget. However, the danger is that if you catch that hype wave and people are excited, you have crazy expectations to live up to. People's enjoyment of a movie is directly related to what their expectations of that movie are. If they heard Cabin Fever was some weirdo low budget scary/funny indie movie that got a distribution deal at a festival, they tended to like it much more than people who heard it was the second coming. The other danger is that people get sick of you - fast, and I know people out there are tired of reading about me.
16I am very lucky to have good people around me to bounce ideas off of. They bring out the best in you.
17I know your second film can make or break you, because you're either a bona fide director or a one hit wonder.
18I would shoot in the Czech Republic over the States any day. There's no unions here, so the dollar goes a lot farther. You can film with kids without the same kind of strict regulations and hassles you get in the U.S.
19"I'll direct any movie starring a monkey or the Olsen Twins. Preferably both." in an interview with Dave Kehr in the New York Times, September 2002.
1Earned his Screen Actor's Guild card working as an extra on Barbra Streisand's "The Mirror Has Two Faces." Though uncredited in the film, Roth appears in several scenes as Streisand's favorite student, and was featured multiple times in close up. During shooting a producer told a then 22 year old Roth that he looked like Streisand's son with Elliott Gould. Streisand requested Roth be brought back for several more scenes, later at a Puccini concert she attends with Jeff Bridges, where she waves to Roth in the balcony. The clips are available on Youtube.
2His family is Ashkenazi Jewish (from Austria, Poland, and Russia).
3To qualify for the Green Inferno, Roth would only see actors who agreed to get yellow fever vaccination and film in deep amazonian jungle with no bathrooms, surrounded by tarantulas, snakes, and venomous frogs who could kill you on contact. After filming was completed, the cast and crew were then de-parasited.
4Filmed "The Green Inferno" in an Amazonian village with no electricity or running water, only accessible by motorboat. The village was so remote the natives had never before seen a movie or television. To get permission, Roth's producers brought a generator, television and DVD player and explained to the entire village what a movie was. The film they showed was "Cannibal Holocaust." The natives thought it was a comedy and agreed to let Roth and crew film there. Nearly the entire village signed up after the screening to play cannibals.
5During the filming of Inglourious Basterds (2009), Roth only wore period-style Ted Williams jerseys off set to stay in the mindset of Donnie Donowitz.
6He is quoted as saying that movie series should never surpass two installments and movies such as The Godfather: Part III (1990) and Alien³ (1992) should never have been made. True to his word, he has directed two "Hostel" movies, and has no affiliation with Hostel: Part III (2011), apart from a writing credit for conceiving certain characters. He also wrote a sequel for his hit Cabin Fever (2002), but the screenplay remained unused.
7Was the guest of honor at the 2011 Neuchatel International Film Festival.
8Received an Art Award at the 2011 Ischia Global Film and Music Festival, and sang his acceptance speech. Roth had not planned on singing, but the band started playing during the awards ceremony, and he was called on stage during the music. Roth dedicated his award to his favorite Italian comedy star, Bombolo, and got the crowd in Ischia on the beach chanting and singing Bombolo's name.
9Put on 35 pounds of muscle for the role of "Donny Donowitz", The Bear Jew in Inglourious Basterds (2009). Roth also learned to cut hair for the role from producer Pilar Savone's father, Umberto Savone, at his salon, "Umberto", in Beverly Hills.
10Has never lost money on a film. Cabin Fever (2002) recouped 15 times its budget theatrically, Hostel (2005) recouped 20 times its budget theatrically, and Hostel: Part II (2007) , Roth's biggest budget film to date, recouped triple its budget theatrically.
11Suffers from asthma, and is very allergic to cigarettes. Roth does not allow smoking anywhere near his sets, and if an an actor smokes in a scene Roth must be at a monitor far away from the set.
12Formed production company, Raw Nerve, with film directors Scott Spiegel and Boaz Yakin, which focuses on producing horror films.
13Gave an expert commentary on Troma's DVD release of The Incredible Torture Show (AKA Blood Sucking Freaks).
14One of his favorite movies is The Wicker Man (1973) .
15Is considered one of the most profitable directors working in film today. Both of his first films earned over five times their production cost at the box office opening weekend. Neither film boasted major stars, proving that Roth's name guarantees a built in audience. (Source: Boxofficemojo.com).
16Writes all of his scripts longhand, a practice he started on the advice of Quentin Tarantino. Roth writes in a handwriting so illegible that only he can read it in case he loses his notebook.
17Is red/brown and blue/black color blind in low light.
18Was voted by fans into the Fangoria Magazine Hall of Fame in June 2006 after directing only two films, the fastest of any director ever to receive that honor.
19Was voted Most Fit Director in the June/July 2006 issue of Men's Fitness magazine, which ranked the "25 Fittest Guys" in various professions.
20The total combined production budget of Eli Roth's first two films is $6 million dollars. The total worldwide theatrical gross of Eli Roth's first two films is well over $100 million dollars. With DVD sales and rentals, the total revenue generated by Eli Roth's first two films is over $200 million dollars. (Source: boxofficemojo.com)
21Member of the unofficial Splat Pack, a term coined by film historian Alan Jones in Total Film magazine for the modern wave of directors making brutally violent horror films. The other Splat Pack members are Alexandre Aja, Darren Lynn Bousman, Neil Marshall, Greg McLean, James Wan, Leigh Whannell and Rob Zombie.
22Is deathly allergic to cats, and cannot be in the same house as them.
23Is an expert on the relatively unknown scientist Nikola Tesla. Roth owns copies of every known letter Tesla ever wrote, including rare letters to Tesla's family and to financiers when his projects fell apart. Roth shares similar obsessive compulsive disorders that Tesla had, and has said he feels a strange connection to the forgotten scientist.
24Cannot stand the sight of real blood, saying it makes him sick to his stomach. Movie blood, however, has no effect on him.
25Spends every summer at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York. Roth claims that the beautiful old hotel, built in 1869, is a continued source of inspiration for scary ideas. Other guests of the mountain house include Roth's favorite writer Stephen King.
26Was originally approached to be the voice of the computer trivia game "You Don't Know Jack," but turned it down to write Cabin Fever (2002).
27His father Sheldon Roth is a world renowned psychiatrist/psychoanalyst and a professor at the Harvard University medical school. His mother Cora Roth is a painter who shows her work at the O.K. Harris gallery in New York City.
28Owns an Icelandic horse named Bara, who he keeps on the horse farm in Selfoss, Iceland, where he lived when he was 19.
29Although his films are frequently advertised as such, he reportedly does not personally take the "film by" or "an Eli Roth film" credit because he believes that people should be able to distinguish your work from the film itself, not the opening titles or poster. He believes filmmaking is a collaborative process, and feels the credit disrespects the people who brought their own creativity to the project.
30Was fired by director Martin Brest on Meet Joe Black (1998) for being an "untalented stand-in." Roth later worked on the film as a production assistant, but was hidden from the director, put in the basement of the studio, where he turned the air conditioning on and off between takes.
31Does incredible voice impressions, and will often entertain his cast and crew during long camera setups with imitations of everyone working on his film.
32Shared nearly all the profits from the enormously successful Cabin Fever (2002) with his cast and crew members, who took very little pay up front in order to get the film made.
33Son of Sheldon Roth and Cora Roth
34Brother of Adam J. Roth and Gabriel Roth
35When he worked as a production assistant for Howard Stern on the set of Private Parts (1997), he worked the late shift from about 11pm to 7am. During this time he spent rewriting and reworking the Cabin Fever (2002) script because he says it was "problematic at best.".
36Is a huge fan of Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen. While filming Cabin Fever (2002), Roth played the Olsen Twins's film Holiday in the Sun (2001) on a continuous loop in a screening room, to give the cast and crew "artistic inspiration."
37Quentin Tarantino called Roth "the future of horror" in the May 2004 issue of Premiere magazine, a year before Roth made "Hostel.".
38Paid for his student films by working as an on-line sex operator for Penthouse magazine, back when only doctors and scientists were on the Internet. Subscribers paid $30 an hour to have sex with Roth and his N.Y.U. friends, thinking they were gorgeous Penthouse models. Roth claims that these experiences inspire many of the characters he writes today.
39Suffers from psoriasis, a genetic, non-contagious skin disorder which can have crippling effects. When Roth suffered his first attack at age 22, his skin was cracked and bleeding so badly that he could not walk or wear clothes. He based many of the events in Cabin Fever (2002) on his own skin-curdling experiences.
40Is friends with director Chloe , aka Chloe Nichole, who directed the Cabin Fever X-rated parody Sex Fever (2003). Chloe had visited the Cabin Fever (2002) set during shooting, and then directed the sexy spoof without telling Roth. In Sex Fever (2003), Chloe spoofed Roth's character Justin, making her director's cameo as a lost hiker, just as Roth did in Cabin Fever (2002). Roth was flattered that she made the film, but was disappointed he was not invited to visit her set in return.
41Was the inspiration for the character Eli, the aspiring porn director, in the film The Girl Next Door (2004). One of the writers was friends with Cabin Fever (2002) editor Ryan Folsey, and spent time in the editing room, secretly writing down everything Roth was saying. Roth found out about this when several actors he knew auditioned for the film, and told him there was a character named Eli who spoke exactly like him. Roth confirmed this with the writer, who was promptly kicked out of the editing room.
42Got his idea for Cabin Fever (2002) when he was in Iceland and contracted a case of a flesh-eating disease. The now infamous shaving-legs scene in the bathtub is based on when Roth shaved his face and layers of skin came off while having the disease.
43Spent six years researching a project for director David Lynch and composer Angelo Badalamenti that will be written for Broadway.
44Won a Student Academy Award in 1995 for his N.Y.U. thesis film Restaurant Dogs.


Lake Meadexecutive producer / producer post-production
Two on the Run2016executive producer
#15SecondScareTV Series short producer - 13 episodes, 2015 - 2016 executive producer - 1 episode
Cabin Fever2016executive producer
Real Scares2015-2016TV Series documentary executive producer - 15 episodes
South of Hell2015TV Series executive producer - 8 episodes
Violet2015TV Mini-Series executive producer
1 Minute Horror2015TV Series executive producer - 11 episodes
Hemlock Grove2013-2015TV Series executive producer - 33 episodes
Chainsaw2015Short executive producer
This Forgotten Day in Fright2015TV Series executive producer
Lab Coats: Life After the Zombie Apocalypse2015TV Short executive producer
The Man with the Iron Fists 22015Video executive producer
Knock Knock2015/Iproducer
The Stranger2014/IVproducer
The Green Inferno Survival2014Video Game producer
The Green Inferno2013producer
The Sacrament2013producer
The Last Exorcism Part II2013producer
The Man with the Iron Fists2012producer
Curiosity2011TV Series documentary executive producer - 1 episode
The Last Exorcism2010producer
Hostel: Part II2007producer
Grindhouse2007producer - fake trailer segment
2001 Maniacs2005producer
Cabin Fever: Beneath the Skin2004Video documentary short executive producer
The Rotten Fruit2003Video short producer
Cabin Fever2002producer
Chowdaheads1999TV Series executive producer
Restaurant Dogs1994Short producer


Chowdaheads1999TV SeriesWalter, Sully (voice)
Terror Firmer1999Shocked Onlooker
The Lost World: Jurassic Park1997Subway Man (uncredited)
Snapshots from a .500 Season1997Party animal
The Mirror Has Two Faces1996Student (uncredited)
The WWF's Grand Slams1986VideoGrand Wizard
Cabin Fever2016uncredited
You're Not My Girlfriend2015/IIVideoDavid
You're Not My Girlfriend2015/IVideo short
Clown2014Frowny the Clown
Que pena tu familia2012Elías Robles
The Man with the Iron Fists2012Wolf Clan #2
Rock of Ages2012Stefano
The United Monster Talent Agency2010ShortDirector #2
Piranha 3D2010Wet T-Shirt Host
Don't Look Up2009Béla Olt
Inglourious Basterds2009Sgt. Donny Donowitz
Death Proof2007Dov
Grindhouse2007Dov (segment "Death Proof") / Tucker (segment "Thanksgiving")
Southland Tales2006Man who gets shot on Toilet (uncredited)
Disaster!2005Lumberjack (voice)
Hostel2005American Stoner (uncredited)
2001 Maniacs2005Justin
Tales from the Crapper2004VideoParty Goer
The Rotten Fruit2003Video shortVarious (voice)
Cabin Fever2002Justin Grim (as David Kaufbird)
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV2000Beautiful Young Boy


Lake Meadpost-production
Cabin Fever2016original screenplay
Knock Knock2015/Iscreenplay
The Green Inferno2013
The Man with the Iron Fists2012screenplay
Aftershock2012screenplay by / story by
Hostel: Part III2011Video characters
Hostel: Part II2007characters / written by
Grindhouse2007written by - fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving"
Hostel2005written by
2004 MTV Movie Awards2004TV Special animation sequences
Cabin Fever: Family Friendly Version2004Video short
The Rotten Fruit2003Video short
Cabin Fever2002story / written by
Chowdaheads1999TV Series writer
Restaurant Dogs1994Short


Death Wish2017post-production
South of Hell2015TV Series 1 episode
Knock Knock2015/I
The Green Inferno2013
Hemlock Grove2013TV Series 1 episode
Stolz der Nation2009Short
Inglourious Basterds2009segment "Nation's Pride", uncredited
Hostel: Part II2007
Grindhouse2007fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving"
The Rotten Fruit2003Video short
Cabin Fever2002
Chowdaheads1999TV Series
Restaurant Dogs1994Short


The Sacrament2013presenter
2004 MTV Movie Awards2004TV Special consultant
Cabin Fever: Beneath the Skin2004Video documentary short photos - as David Kaufbird
The 100 Scariest Movie Moments2004TV Mini-Series documentary interview - 1 episode
Miss Roseanna's Professional School of Dance2001Short production assistant
A Price Above Rubies1998stand-in - uncredited
Private Parts1997set production assistant
Sex & the Other Man1995assistant: Mr. Zollo - as Eli R. Roth
Quiz Show1994assistant: Fed Zollo - uncredited

Animation Department

The Rotten Fruit2003Video short animator
Chowdaheads1999TV Series animator


Chowdaheads1999TV Series
Restaurant Dogs1994Short uncredited


Hostel: Part II2007writer: "The Surgeon"
Hostel2005writer: "The Surgeon"

Music Department

The Rotten Fruit2003Video short songs

Sound Department

So Happy Together1992Short sound mixer


The Nightmare Manspecial thanks announced
The Scarapist2015thanks
Fear of My Flesh2015TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
We're Not Alone2015inspirational thanks
Pernicious2014the director wishes to thank
Silent Retreat2013special thanks
Truth or Dare2013/IIvery special thanks
The Cohasset Snuff Film2012very special thanks
Nobody Gets Out Alive2012thanks
American Mary2012dedication: for
Cove Road2012special thanks
John Dies at the End2012special thanks
Black Sunshine: Conversations with T.F. Mou2011Documentary special thanks
Que pena tu boda2011thanks
My Pure Joy2011inspiration: thanks and love to the works of
The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry2010Documentary thanks
Piranha 3D2010special thanks
Phelous & the Movies2010TV Series acknowledgment - 1 episode
2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams2010special thanks
Beware the Moon: Remembering 'An American Werewolf in London'2009Documentary special thanks
Inglourious Basterds2009special thanks
Dead Hooker in a Trunk2009special thanks
Taste of Flesh2008Video very special thanks
Gutterballs2008special thanks
Gimme Skelter2007special thanks
Clown2007special thanks
Trigger Man2007special thanks
El Mascarado Massacre2006very special thanks
Trapped Ashes2006special thanks
Southland Tales2006thanks
The Room Mate2006Short special thanks
Pervert!2005special thanks
Fear Today - Horror Tomorrow: Cabin Fever2004Video documentary short special thanks
Kill Bill: Vol. 22004special thanks
Blind2004/IShort special thanks
Cabin Fever: Beneath the Skin2004Video documentary short special thanks
Hell Night2001Video special thanks
Donnie Darko2001special thanks


21 Years: Quentin Tarantino2016Documentary post-productionHimself
Extra2016TV SeriesHimself
@midnight2016TV SeriesHimself
The Art of Destruction: The Making of 'Knock Knock'2015Video shortHimself
Larry King Now2013-2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Fear: Buried Alive2015TV MovieHimself
Eli Roth on Your Vice and the Genius of Martino2015Documentary shortHimself
Cinema 32013-2015TV SeriesHimself
Días de cine2013-2015TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2012-2015TV SeriesHimself
Last Call with Carson Daly2010-2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Shark After Dark2015TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Host / Himself
Shark Week2015TV Series documentaryHimself - Host
Eaten Alive! The Rise and Fall of the Italian Cannibal Film2015DocumentaryHimself
Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made2015DocumentaryHimself
Celebrity Close-Up2015TV SeriesHimself
Star Wars: Greatest Moments2015TV Movie documentaryHimself
Why Horror?2014DocumentaryHimself
The Soup2014TV SeriesHimself
The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films2014DocumentaryHimself
McKenna2014TV SeriesHimself
Criss Angel Believe2013TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2010-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Worshipping 'The Wicker Man'2013Video shortHimself
Stroumboulopoulos2013TV SeriesHimself
The Hour2013TV SeriesHimself
Metacafe Unfiltered2013TV Series shortHimself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Return of Return of the Jedi: 30 Years and Counting2013ShortHimself
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2013TV SeriesHimself
Chelsea Lately2010-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Vivir de cine2012TV SeriesHimself
Cupcake Wars2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest Judge
Curiosity2011TV Series documentaryHimself - Host
Janela Indiscreta2011TV SeriesHimself
Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope2011DocumentaryHimself
The Scarface Phenomenon2011Video documentaryHimself
The Splat Pack2011Video documentary shortHimself
Scream: The Inside Story2011TV Movie documentaryHimself
Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel2011DocumentaryHimself
Don't Scream, Just Swim: Behind-the-Scenes of 'Piranha 3D'2011VideoHimself
Scream Awards 20102010TV SpecialHimself
IMDb's 20th Anniversary Star of the Day2010TV Series documentaryHimself
La noche de los Oscar2010TV MovieHimself
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards2010TV SpecialHimself - Audience Member
15th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards2010TV SpecialHimself
The 36th Annual People's Choice Awards2010TV SpecialHimself
Cinémas d'Horreur - Apocalypse, Virus, Zombies2010DocumentaryHimself
Tromatized: Meet Lloyd Kaufman2009DocumentaryHimself
Fasten Your Seatbelt: The Thrilling Art of Alfred Hitchcock2009Video documentary shortHimself
Scream Awards 20092009TV SpecialHimself
13 Scarier Movie Moments2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Entertainment Tonight2009TV SeriesHimself
MTV Live2009TV SeriesHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Starz Inside: Unforgettably Evil2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Spike's Guys Choice2009TV MovieHimself
Direct Your Own Damn Movie!2009Video documentaryHimself
TV Festival Du Cannes 20092009TV MovieHimself
In the Master's Shadow: Hitchcock's Legacy2008Video documentaryHimself
Pure Cinema: Through the Eyes of the Master2008Video documentaryHimself
Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Evil Dead: One by One We Will Take You - The Untold Saga of the Evil Dead2007VideoHimself - Director - 'Cabin Fever'
Scream Awards 20072007TV SpecialHimself
Howard Stern on Demand2007TV SeriesHimself
On the Lot2007TV SeriesHimself - Judge
Late Night with Conan O'Brien2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
07 Spaceys2007TV MovieHimself
Shootout2007TV SeriesHimself
Red Eye w/Tom Shillue2007TV SeriesHimself
Eli on Ichi2007Video documentary shortHimself
Trailers from Hell2007TV SeriesHimself
Your World w/ Neil Cavuto2007TV SeriesHimself
The Shark Is Still Working2007DocumentaryHimself
30 Even Scarier Movie Moments2006TV Mini-SeriesHimself
50 Films to See Before You Die2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
HypaSpace2006TV Series documentaryHimself
The Dark Side of Porn2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Hostel Dissected2006Video documentaryHimself
Inside the Asylum: The Making of '2001 Maniacs'2006Video documentary shortHimself
Les nouveaux visages de la peur2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Perfect Scary Movie2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
El Magacine2005TV SeriesHimself
Make Your Own Damn Movie!2005Video documentaryHimself
Chatting with Eli Roth2005Video documentary shortHimself
Fear Today - Horror Tomorrow: Cabin Fever2004Video documentary shortHimself - Director 'Cabin Fever'
Best Week Ever with Paul F. Tompkins2004TV SeriesHimself
Cabin Fever: Beneath the Skin2004Video documentary shortHimself
Cabin Fever: Family Friendly Version2004Video shortHimself
Skip to the End2004Video documentaryHimself
The 100 Scariest Movie Moments2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself

Won Awards

2010COFCA AwardCentral Ohio Film Critics AssociationBest EnsembleInglourious Basterds (2009)
2010Eyegore AwardEyegore Awards
2010Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsEnsemble CastInglourious Basterds (2009)
2010ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureInglourious Basterds (2009)
2009ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Cast EnsembleInglourious Basterds (2009)
2009PFCS AwardPhoenix Film Critics Society AwardsBest Acting EnsembleInglourious Basterds (2009)
2009SDFCS AwardSan Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest Ensemble PerformanceInglourious Basterds (2009)
2006Fangoria Horror Hall of FameFangoria Chainsaw Awards
2005Jury PrizeAustin Fantastic FestBest ScreenplayHostel (2005)
2005Jury PrizeAustin Fantastic FestBest DirectorHostel (2005)
2005Jury PrizeAustin Fantastic FestBest FilmHostel (2005)
2004Filmmaker's Showcase AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

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Nominated Awards

2014Audience AwardEdinburgh International Film FestivalThe Green Inferno (2013)
2013MariaSitges - Catalonian International Film FestivalBest Motion PictureThe Green Inferno (2013)
2006Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsKiller Movie (Scariest Film)Hostel (2005)
2004Empire AwardEmpire Awards, UKBest NewcomerCabin Fever (2002)
2004International Fantasy Film AwardFantasportoBest FilmCabin Fever (2002)
2002Best FilmSitges - Catalonian International Film FestivalCabin Fever (2002)

3rd Place Awards

2004Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest ScreenplayCabin Fever (2002)
2003Best International FilmFantasia Film FestivalCabin Fever (2002)

Known for movies

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