Michel Levesque

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Pennsville, New Jersey, USA
Michel Levesque was born on August 22, 1943 in Pennsville, New Jersey. His parents were Canadian immigrants. Levesque moved to Los Angeles, California in 1961. After graduating from Cal State Northridge University, Michel built sets for community theater productions. His first film gig was for legendary independent director/producer Roger Corman on Corman's 1967 movie "The Trip." Michel also worked for Corman on the films "Naked Angels" and "Bloody Mama." In the early 70s Levesque teamed with writing partner David M. Kaufman. Michel directed two low-budget 70s exploitation flicks: the cruddy horror clunker "Werewolves on Wheels" and the enjoyable chicks-in-chains outing "Sweet Sugar. Read more...