Writer/Director/Producer known for a wide variety of modern horror films, most significantly cult favorite "2001 Maniacs" (2005) and its popular follow-up, "2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams" (2010). Beginning his career as a New Jersey teenager pumping fake blood for 80's splatter classic "The Deadly Spawn" (1983), Sullivan moved to Los Angeles where he worked in development at New Line Cinema, co-producing "Detroit Rock City" (1999).
With a directing style ranging from the 'splatstick' nature of the Maniacs franchise to the serious bent of teen thriller "Driftwood" (2007), Sullivan gained additional notoriety as celebrity director of Vh1's hit series "Scream Queens" (2010), as well as creator and host of "Shock N Roll", his weekly talk and video blog on leading web network Fearnet.
Recently joining forces with fellow monster kids Adam Green, Joe Lynch and Adam Rifkin for the comedy/horror anthology "Chillerama" (2011), Sullivan contributed the musical segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear", embracing his passion for camp and rock and roll.
Set to follow "Chillerama", a variety of fright flicks produced under the "Tim Sullivan Presents" banner featuring Stephen King short "One for the Road" (2011), and two very diverse takes on the serial killer genre, gleefully exploitive "Bloody Bloody Bible Camp" (2011) and soul searing 'mockudrama' "Cut/Print" (2011).