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Daniel Stamm
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Daniel Stamm (2012)
Born (1976-04-20) April 20, 1976 (age 43)
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, editor
Spouse(s)Jonako Donley

Daniel Stamm (born April 20, 1976 in Hamburg), is a German film director, screenwriter and editor, probably most famous for directing A Necessary Death, and the American horror film The Last Exorcism.[1][2]


Stamm is the confirmed director for the second installment of The Night Chronicles, a trilogy of films produced by filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan as well as being based on an original Shyamalan idea. The film is titled Reincarnate and centres on a jury of people dealing with a case that has supernatural undertones. The film was originally titled 12 Strangers.


Year Film Genre Role Notes
2018 Into the Dark Horror Director Episode: "Down"
2017 Fear the Walking Dead Horror, Drama Director Episode: "Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame"
2016 Incorporated Drama, Sci-fi Director Episode: "Profit and Loss"
Scream Slasher, Thriller Director Episode: "Happy Birthday to Me"
2014 Intruders Mystery, Thriller Director 4 episodes
2014 13 Sins Horror, Thriller Director, Writer
2010 The Last Exorcism Mockumentary horror, Thriller Director, Editor
2008 A Necessary Death Documentary, Thriller Director, Writer
2004 Off Hollywood and Vine Director
2000 Vergessene Ritter Writer


  1. ^ Jeannette Catsoulis (2010-08-26). "Loosening the Devil's Grip in Louisiana". The New York Times.
  2. ^ "Daniel Stamm". The New York Times. Archived from the original on February 25, 2014.

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