Noted Film Maker. Donald G. Jackson made over 30 films in his career. His "zen style" of filmmaking was behind such films as "I Like to Hurt People," "Hell Comes to Frogtown," and "Rollerblade Warriors." Jackson directed, produced, wrote, and did camera work. Although his career began in Michigan, he relocated to Los Angeles and initially worked for Roger Corman at New World. Later he produced many low-budget films featuring an eclectic mix of creatures, guns, samurai, and women on rollerblades. Jackson was also an avid fan of bluegrass, country, and folk music, and he documented and interviewed many of his favorite artists.
Bio by: Marty Jackson