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David J. Fielding

David J. Fielding is a writer and an actor. His published works have appeared in Nevermet Press, Rebel ePublishers LLC, Source Point Press, Oak Press, Flinch! Books, and he has self-published a superhero novel, Vigilance.

You can find a complete list of his work here.

He is also the actor who originated the role and provided the voice for Zordon of Eltar, the mentor to a group of teenagers with attitude on the hit television series, The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.

He is busy polishing a series of paranormal stories, working on several web-series and attending various Comic and Entertainment Conventions.


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David J. Fielding
David J. Fielding

David J. Fielding is a writer and an actor. His published works have appeared in Nevermet Press, Rebel ePublishers LLC, Source Point Press, Oak Press, Flinch! Books, and he has self-published a superhero novel, Vigilance.

You can find a complete list of his work here: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00HRN1JMG

He is also the actor who originated the role and provided the voice for Zordon of Eltar, the mentor to a group of teenagers with attitude on the hit television series, The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.

He is busy polishing a series of paranormal stories, working on several web-series and attending various Comic and Entertainment Conventions.


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What’s your Zodiac sign?

I’m a Pisces.

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David, 1979.

What’s your favorite thing from the 1970s and why?

Living in Colorado Springs, Colorado. I got to see Pike’s Peak out of my window every morning—that and the Six Million Dollar Man because Lee Majors was handsome and could run 60 frickin’ miles an hour.

What is your favorite 1970s horror movie? What do you like about it?

The Omen. It fed a fear I had at the time, that at any moment the world would come to an end and horrible, horrible things would come to pass…didn’t happen of course, not in the real sense. Though horrible things have come to pass in the world.

Omen-posterWhat is your favorite 1970s song?

“Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” by the Temptations. It’s an epic cinematic piece, and spoke about inner-city dysfunction, which I was unexposed to, but endlessly curious about—fueled by such films like Mean Streets, The French Connection, Superfly, Shaft etc. It’s a song of bitterness and longing, and a soul-funk classic.

Choose one: Rock, Power Pop, Disco, or Punk. Explain your decision!

Disco. Coming of age when the disco craze was the rage, my hormones and growing interest in girls was magnified by the lights and glittery façade of dance clubs and bands like KC and the Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer, Earth, Wind and Fire and of course the Bee Gees. Disco oozed sex, and as I was fourteen in 1977, that’s pretty much all I was thinking about.

What do you dread most about the 1970s?

What do I dread or what did I dread? What I dread now are some of the decisions that were made that still have an impact—like the war on drugs, which has been so costly in terms of just making the problem worse, rather than actually solve it. What did I dread about the 70’s? Plaid pants, man. Plaid pants.

Choose one: Plaid, polyester, denim or satin. Explain your choice!

Denim. In high school, there was nothing better than a pair of tight denim jeans on a girl. Don’t believe me? Re-watch Dazed and Confused. Michelle Burke and Joey Lauren Adams? C’mon…

What upcoming projects are you working on?

I am putting the finishing touches on a screenplay that goes before the cameras this fall, several short stories and a follow up to a NaNoWriMo novel I finished last year.

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