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Terry Zwigoff

Terry Zwigoff (b. 1948) is an Americann film-maker who has created two widely-popular small budget films, both arising out of the world of underground (or alternative) comics: the documentary Crumb (1994) and the feature Ghost World (2001). His first film was Louie Bluie (1986), about a forgotten blues musician.

In 2003, he directed Bad Santa, starring Billy Bob Thornton and John Ritter.