Riley Stearns Biography
(American Filmmaker Best Known for Directing the Films ‘Faults’ and ‘The Art of Self-Defense')
Birthday: June 29, 1986 (Cancer)
Born In: Austin, Texas, United States
Riley Stearns is an American movie director and writer who gained fame for his works like ‘The Cub’ and ‘The Faults’. He has also been in the news for his bitter and very public divorce with his longtime partner, actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead. While Riley’s divorce with Mary might have brought negative light on his life, it has also made him popular among people unaware of his work. He has been nominated for several awards throughout his career, including for the best short film at the ‘Sundance Film Festival’ and best screenplay at the ‘BloodGuts UK Horror Awards’. However, in spite of trying to keep his personal life away from media eyes, the bitter circumstances of his divorce with Mary Elizabeth Winstead resulted in much public scrutiny. Consequently, it caused a very heavy strain on his mental faculties. However, through his personal background as a Jiu-Jitsu expert and positive attitude to life, Riley has been able to pick up the pieces and turn his life around.