Producer | Writer | Director
George's father, Jorge Romero, was from a family from A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, and was of Castilian descent. He moved to Cuba as a child. George's mother, Ann (Dvorsky), was Lithuanian, and was the daughter of Vincent Dvorsky and Mary Shadrik.
People say, well, what underlies this film is a satire about consumerism. Underlies?? I mean, God, it's like a pie in your face, it's just way up front. And I thought when I made the film, God, I went a little too far, I mean, this is too obvious. ...
Towering height and slender frame
King of the Zombies
George Andrew Romero
The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
Toronto, Ontario, Canada