Author: Ryan Vandergriff

Ryan has a tremendous passion for writing and for the medium of television, which he feels is undergoing something of a new "Golden Age." Over the coarse of the last six years, he has written four self-published books on the early days of rock and roll (specifically Buddy Holly's final tour) and also writes and edits a quarterly newsletter devoted to Buddy Holly. His love for television traverses time: he grew up on the words and wisdom of Mr. Rod Serling ("Requiem For a Heavyweight," "The Twilight Zone," "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar," etc.) and from there jumped into the deep waters of great episodic television such as "Lost" and "The X-Files." Currently his wife and he are addicted to such programs as "The Curse of Oak Island," the revival of "The X-Files," "Agent Carter of Shield," "Ancient Aliens," "Finding Bigfoot," "Wayward Pines," "Comic Book Men," "Louie," "American Horror Story," "Homeland" and "Ash Versus The Evil Dead." You can also catch him on Twitter at DancingAsif @DancingAsif