Born in Newport News, Virginia in 1947 Les attended Campbell University in North Carolina where he obtained his BS degree in Geology. He first worked in film on Cat's Eye, based on the Stephen King short story. He worked on films for over twenty years and then decided to try his hand at writing. He penned The Devil, Me and Jerry Lee for Linda Gail... See full bio »

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Blue Velvet
Blue Velvet Art Department
(1986)
Billy Bathgate
Billy Bathgate Transportation Department
(1991)
No Mercy
No Mercy Art Department
(1986)
King Kong Lives
King Kong Lives Transportation Department
(1986)

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 1993 Super Mario Bros. (production liaison)
 1992 The Last of the Mohicans (wagon master)
 1985 Year of the Dragon (sign coordinator - uncredited)
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 1986 No Mercy (set dresser)
 1986 Blue Velvet (construction coordinator - as Les Pendelton)
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 1991 Billy Bathgate (vehicle coordinator)
 1986 King Kong Lives (military vehicles coordinator)
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New Bern, North Carolina USA: Writing novels full time. Penned two nationally published autobiographies and the first novel was released in July 2013 with five others to follow over the next two years through Deer Hawk Publications.

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