Lyndon Chubbuck Lifeless: ‘Warfare Bride’ Director was 67

Lyndon Chubbuck Dead: 'War Bride' Director was 67

Lyndon Chubbuck, a director and photographer recognized for such movie as 2001’s “War Bride” and 2000’s “The Right Temptation,” has died. He was 67.

Chubbuck died at his house in Los Angeles on April 13. He was married to outstanding performing coach Ivana Chubbuck and was a co-founder of Ivana Chubbuck Studio, which has labored with such notables as Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt and Halle Berry.

Lyndon Chubbuck additionally served as a companion in promoting company Andrew Janson & Companions, the place he labored on campaigns for Swatch, Paramount Footage, E!, Sallie Mae and Miller Brewing Firm. He was recognized for his robust social conscience and in addition labored on artistic materials for the ACLU, Amnesty Worldwide and Salvation Military.

Born and raised within the Washington, D.C. space, Chubbuck labored steadily as a director in TV from the late 1980s by way of the late 1990s. His credit embody episodes of such sequence as “Baywatch,” “Wiseguy,” “Stingray,” “Friday the 13th: The Series,” “Alien Nation,” “Cobra,” “Renegade,” “Pacific Blue,” “Werewolf,” “Thunder in Paradise” and “Due South.” He additionally directed commercials.

In 1983 Chubbuck directed the brief movie “A Rose for Emily,” primarily based on the William Faulkner brief story. The brief, which starred Anjelica Huston and John Carradine, is now a part of the everlasting assortment of the Smithsonian.

His different movie credit embody 1996’s Pamela Anderson starrer “Naked Souls” and 1999’s “Kiss Toledo Goodbye” with Christopher Walken.

Chubbuck’s different ventures included GraffitWall, a software program enterprise designed to create immersive experiences for manufacturers.

Along with his spouse, Chubbuck’s survivors embody a daughter, Claire.

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