Born in London, England, Ho Che Anderson was named after the Vietnamese and Cuban revolutionaries Ho Chi Minh and Che Guevara. Anderson began his career as the author of numerous graphic novels, including King, a biography of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr., the horror thriller, Sand & Fury, and the science-fiction action-adventure, Godhead. After a two-year stint as a Toronto Star reporter, Anderson embraced a lifelong fascination with filmmaking and studied film production at the Toronto Film School and Sheridan College, during which he was involved in the production of more than 40 shorts as either DP, camera operator, editor, writer, or director. Following film school he joined IATSE Local 667 where he worked for several years as a camera assistant on numerous shows including Reign, Taken, and Designated Survivor. Anderson wrote and directed his first feature in 2018, the supernatural heist thriller, Le Corbeau, for Canada’s Telefilm, joined the Director's guild of Canada, and is currently in development on a second feature, Scream Queen, with Antigravity Entertainment. He also recently directed his first animated short, Governance, for the National Film Board of Canada. Recent projects include Stone and Rizzo for NeoText, a run on Captain Canuck for Chapterhouse Comics, and Luke Cage for Marvel Comics. Next up is the supernatural graphic novel, The Resurrectionists, for Abrams Books imprint, Megascope, Godhead, Vol.2 for Fantagraphics Books, and several projects for Marvel Comics.
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