Drew Fortier garnered fame as a multi-faceted creative force. As a musician, he is known for his guitar work with 80’s MTV darlings Bang Tango, late iconic Faith No More frontman Chuck Mosley, cult 90’s rock heroes Flipp, and the alt rock all star band Zen From Mars featuring members of Kik Tracee, Enuff Z’Nuff, and Fear Factory.
As a filmmaker, he has directed and edited the universally regarded and brutally poignant rock documentary Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie (2016). As an actor, he has co-starred in the critically acclaimed romantic horror film Her Name Was Christa (2020). Fortier is also the author of Dark, Depressing, and Hilarious (2018) which is an autobiography on his highly irregular but exciting career thus far.
He is also the writer, director, and star of the upcoming found footage horror film Dwellers which is being produced by Thom Hazaert and Grammy award winning Megadeth bassist David Ellefson via their Ellefson Films banner. He is the co-author of Rock Star Hitman: The Sledge Chronicles released on Ellefson Books.