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Jeffrey Frentzen (Jeffrey Scott Frentzen) was born on 7 September, 1956 in Oakland, CA, is a Novelist, journalist, screenwriter, director, producer, author, journalist. At 64 years old, Jeffrey Frentzen height not available right now. We will update Jeffrey Frentzen's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Jeffrey Scott Frentzen
Occupation Novelist, journalist, screenwriter, director, producer, author, journalist
Jeffrey Frentzen Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 7 September 1956
Birthday 7 September
Birthplace Oakland, CA
Nationality CA

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Jeffrey Frentzen worth at the age of 66 years old? Jeffrey Frentzen’s income source is mostly from being a successful Novelist. He is from CA. We have estimated Jeffrey Frentzen's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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In 2014, Frentzen wrote the documentary, Ode To My Mother, and has also produced or directed a series of music videos for folk rock performer Janine Ferguson. Frentzen is credited as screenwriter of Georges Chamchoum's feature film, 9 Women, which is still in development.


In 2012, Frentzen made his first film as a director, House on the Hill, for which he also co-wrote the script and co-produced. The film premiered in Europe in competition at the Monaco Charity Film Festival in May 2012.


He began his career in print journalism, and was the first managing editor of Cinefantastique, a movie special effects journal where he also published movie reviews. He has written for Video Watchdog and Fangoria. His lengthy career in computer high-tech trade press magazines began at IDG and then moved to Ziff-Davis, and included PC Week (later eWeek). Eventually, he worked for CNET, leaving that firm in 1997 in an executive role. He is credited with co-creating one of the first commercial websites, in 1993, called PC Week Online, and helped develop an early content format for podcasting ("PC Week Radio"). He has been active as a film producer-writer-director since 1997, and continues to work as a journalist in the high-tech and medical industries. He was an executive producer for Aesthetic TV, an online TV production house, from 2012 to 2017, and has been a regular contributor to The Aesthetic Channel.

Frentzen moved into film production in 1997 when he partnered with German expatriate director Ulli Lommel, with whom he worked on several productions. In 2005, Frentzen and Lommel formed a movie production company, The Shadow Factory, where they made several micro-budget horror movies that were released by a Lionsgate Entertainment subsidiary, Artisan. One of those productions, Killer Pickton (2005), featured Frentzen as an actor in the lead role of "Billy Pickton," based on the exploits of Canadian serial killer Robert Pickton.


Frentzen co-wrote (with David J. Schow) The Outer Limits Companion (Ace Books, 1986), and in 1998 published Javascript Annotated Archives (Osborne/McGraw-Hill, Berkeley), co-written with Henry Sobotka and Dewayne McNair. He is the pseudonymous author of three novels, The Bayou Brigade (1981) and Star of Egypt (1981), part of the "Ben Slayton, T-Man" series from Warner Books, writing as "Buck Sanders"; and a self-published novel, My Summer With the Family (1992), authored by "Joe Hudson."


Jeffrey Scott Frentzen (born September 7, 1956), sometimes credited as Jeff Frentzen, is an American movie director, screenwriter, producer, novelist, journalist, and actor. He directed his first film, House on the Hill, in 2012.