Jan Radder started his movie career as a fifteen-year-old production assistant on the cult film, PSYCHOS IN LOVE, which led to his work on two more not-so-memorable films — GALACTIC GIGOLO and CEMETERY HIGH (née Assault of the Killer Bimbos) — and several shorts. After taking a long break from movies, he hopped back into the film world in 2009 as the supervising producer of COLOR ME OBSESSED, A FILM ABOUT THE REPLACEMENTS.
Since then, he has gone on to help shoot WHAT DID YOU EXPECT? THE ARCHERS OF LOAF LIVE AT CAT’S CRADLE, and produce and co-write EVERY EVERYTHING: THE MUSIC, LIFE & TIMES OF GRANT HART. In addition to movie work, he is also a veteran of the Connecticut punk bands Mutual Assured Destruction and Mi6, the latter of which made the playlists of a few college radio stations and the top ten lists of several Maximum Rock’n’Roll writers. Radder currently resides in Minneapolis, MN as an aging punk rocker obsessed with his lawn, a teacher, and a dad taking care of two sons.