Morgan Spurlock is an American documentary filmmaker, television producer, humorist, political activist and screenwriter with a net worth of twelve million. Morgan Spurlock was created November seven, 1970 in Parkersburg, West Virginia. He's famous for the documentary films Super Size Me, Where In the world Is Osama Bin Laden, POM Wonderful Presents: The best Movie Ever Sold, Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope and One Direction: This's Us. He worked continuously as a playwright before Super Size was produced by him Me, which was critically acclaimed on the festival circuit and then became a surprise commercial success. Following the beneficial reaction he got for the film of his, Spurlock created a documentary television viewing series called thirty Days, in which he or other participants will immerse themselves in a given lifestyle for an entire month. Spurlock spent the first episode aiming to survive on minimum wage. Spurlock additionally worked on other projects, executive producing the drama Chalk and producing the documentary What Would Jesus Buy? In 2008, he produced the next documentary feature of his, Where in the world Is Osama Bin Laden?, which garnered mixed reviews. On June 2013, he became producer as well as host of the CNN show Inside Man. He's also the cofounder of short film content advertising and marketing company Cinelan, that created the Focus Forward campaign for GE.
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