About David Grove
David Grove is a journalist and published author from British Columbia, Canada. He is currently writing a biography, book, on the career and life of actor Bill Bixby.
David Grove is a journalist and published author from British Columbia, Canada. He is the author of the books Jamie Lee Curtis: Scream Queen, Jan-Michael Vincent: Edge of Greatness, Making Friday the 13th, and On Location in Blairstown: The Making of Friday the 13th. As a journalist, David has written for numerous film magazines, including Fangoria, Film Review, SFX, and Total Film. His first novel, The Yearbook, was published in 2017. David is currently writing a book, biography, on the career and life of actor Bill Bixby.
David Grove has been a Feature Writer for Movieweb since May 2023. Prior to joining Movieweb, David wrote for numerous print magazines and websites over a span of twenty years. As a writer, David specializes in biographies, film history, and reporting. David is also a published author who has written several best-selling biographies and reference books. David is currently writing a biography, book, on the career and life of actor Bill Bixby.
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