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MISS MARCH

ZACH CREGGER (Eugene Bell, Director, Writer) was born and raised in Arlington, Virginia. He performed in various comedy and music groups there before moving to New York to attend the School of Visual Arts. In the college's Brooklyn dorms he joined forces with schoolmates Sam Brown and Trevor Moore to start the comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know. The troupe gained popularity with its irreverent humor, and was given its own TV show with the cable TV network Fuse. The show subsequently switched networks, with its second and third seasons airing on IFC (Independent Film Channel) TV.

MISS MARCH, which Cregger co-wrote, co-directed and co-stars in, is his first foray onto the big screen. In 2008, Cregger appeared in COLLEGE for Lionsgate Films alongside Gary Owen, Ryan Pinkston, Drake Bell, Kevin Covais and Nick Zano.

Today he divides his time working on various projects in New York and Los Angeles.

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