John Lafia, author of Child's Play, committed suicide

John Lafia, author of Child's Play, committed suicide

Screenwriter John Lafia, who co-wrote the famous horror movie “Child’s Play” and was the director of “Child’s Play-2”, has committed suicide. He committed suicide on April 29. He was 63 years old.

John Lafia’s suicide has been confirmed by the Los Angeles Divisional Autopsy Office.

John Lafia has written screenplays for horror movies and worked with renowned directors Tom Holland and Don Mankini. To the fans, he is known as ‘Chakki’. His famous footsteps were, ‘Hi, I’m Chakki, want to play?’

Don Mankini, creator and screenwriter of “Child’s Play”, has mourned the death of John Lafia. “We are devastated to hear of the death of our friend John Lafia,” he said. From the very beginning, he was part of our mill family. ‘

John Lafia was born in 1957. He wrote the screenplay for The Blue Iguana, released in 1988, and also directed the music. In 1993, he wrote and directed the sci-fi movie Man’s Best Friend. He has also acted in many famous movies.

John Luffy’s latest project was the TV movie Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone, which was released in 2006. It stars Scott Foley and Richard Burgi.