Born and raised in Boston, Anthony DiBlasi graduated film school at Emerson College. Upon moving to Los Angeles he became a protégé of filmmaker/novelist Clive Barker. In 2004, Anthony began his professional writing career and has been a WGA member since 2007. His first credited screenplay for the psychological thriller feature film, “DREAD” (2009) won praise at The Spike Scream Awards for “Best Independent Feature (2010)” – his debut as a director/writer. In 2014, DiBlasi began co-writing the sci-fi action thriller screenplay, “Vitruvian”, which won the Grand Prize at the 2015 Creative World Awards and is currently in development. From there, DiBlasi went on to co-write the screenplay for “Last Shift” (which he also directed) and later won “Best Feature” at the iHorror Awards in 2016. DiBlasi currently has several screenplays in development.