Greg Olear (born November 13, 1972) is an American writer and the author of two novels: Fathermucker, a Los Angeles Times bestseller, and Totally Killer, which was being developed for television by Bret Easton Ellis. His work is noted for its dark humor and frequent references to pop culture.

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  • Greg Olear, né le 13 novembre 1972 à Madison dans le New Jersey, est un écrivain américain. (fr)
  • Greg Olear (born November 13, 1972) is an American writer and the author of two novels: Fathermucker, a Los Angeles Times bestseller, and Totally Killer, which was being developed for television by Bret Easton Ellis. His work is noted for its dark humor and frequent references to pop culture. (en)
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  • Greg Olear, 2009
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  • Greg Olear, né le 13 novembre 1972 à Madison dans le New Jersey, est un écrivain américain. (fr)
  • Greg Olear (born November 13, 1972) is an American writer and the author of two novels: Fathermucker, a Los Angeles Times bestseller, and Totally Killer, which was being developed for television by Bret Easton Ellis. His work is noted for its dark humor and frequent references to pop culture. (en)
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