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Stephen King

Stephen KingAKA Stephen Edwin King

Born: 21-Sep-1947
Birthplace: Portland, ME

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Shining

Father: Donald Edwin King (sailor, walked out)
Mother: Nellie Ruth Pillsbury (d. Feb-1974, uterine cancer)
Brother: David King (older, adopted)
Wife: Tabitha Jane Spruce King (novelist, m. 2-Jan-1971)
Daughter: Naomi Rachel King (Unitarian minister, b. 1972, married her lesbian partner Thandelka)
Son: Joseph Hillstrom (author, pen name Joe Hill, b. 1974)
Son: Owen Phillip King (author, b. 1979)

    High School: Lisbon High School, Lisbon, ME (until 1962)
    High School: (graduated 1966)
    University: BA English, University of Maine at Orono (1970)
    Teacher: Hampden Academy, Hampden, ME (1971-73)

    The Rock Bottom Remainders Guitarist/Vocalist 1992-present
    Endorsement of American Express
    Dean for America
    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
    Gore 2000
    John Kerry for President
    World Fantasy Award 2004 Lifetime Achievement
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam 4-F
    Irish Ancestry
    Scottish Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Aviophobia, Cocaine, Marijuana, Smoking

    Kingdom Hospital Writer (2004)

    Maximum Overdrive (25-Jul-1986)

    Stuck in Love (9-Sep-2012) · Himself [VOICE]
    Storm of the Century (14-Feb-1999)
    Thinner (25-Oct-1996) · Pharmacist
    The Langoliers (14-May-1995)
    Baseball (18-Sep-1994) · Himself
    The Stand (8-May-1994)
    Sleepwalkers (10-Apr-1992)
    Pet Sematary (21-Apr-1989) · Minister
    Creepshow 2 (1-May-1987)
    Creepshow (12-Nov-1982) · Jordy Verrill
    Knightriders (10-Apr-1981)

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Author of books:
Carrie (1974, novel)
Salem's Lot (1975, novel)
Rage (1977, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
The Shining (1977, novel)
The Stand (1978, novel)
Night Shift (1978, short stories)
The Dead Zone (1979, novel)
The Long Walk (1979, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Firestarter (1980, novel)
Cujo (1981, novel)
Roadwork (1981, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Danse Macabre (1981, non-fiction)
Different Seasons (1982, short stories)
The Running Man (1982, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Christine (1983, novel)
Pet Sematary (1983, novel)
Thinner (1984, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Skeleton Crew (1985, short stories)
It (1986, novel)
Misery (1987, novel)
The Tommyknockers (1987, novel)
Nightmares in the Sky (1988, non-fiction)
The Dark Half (1989, novel)
Four Past Midnight (1990, short stories)
Dolores Claiborne (1992, novel)
Nightmares and Dreamscapes (1993, short stories)
Insomnia (1994, novel)
Rose Madder (1995, novel)
The Regulators (1997, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Bag of Bones (1998, novel)
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999, novel)
Hearts in Atlantis (1999, short stories)
Plant: The Zenith Rising (2000, novel)
On Writing (2000, non-fiction)
Secret Windows (2000, non-fiction)
Black House (2001, novel)
Dreamcatcher (2001, novel)
Everything's Eventual (2002, short stories)
From a Buick 8 (2005, novel)
Dark Tower (2004, novel)
Mid-Life Confidential (2004, non-fiction)
Faithful (2004, non-fiction)
The Colorado Kid (2005, novel)
Cell (2006, novel)
Lisey's Story (2006, novel)
Blaze (2007, novel; pseudonym Richard Bachman)
Duma Key (2008, novel)
Just After Sunset (2008, short stories)
Stephen King Goes to the Movies (2009)
Under the Dome (2009, novel)
Full Dark, No Stars (2010, short stories)
11/22/63 (2011, novel)

Wrote plays:
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County (2012)

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