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Happy Birthday to M. Night Shyamalan!!

M. Night Shyamalan was born in Mah, Pondicherry, India on the 6th day of August in 1970. He was later raised in the Penn Valley area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Coming from a long line of doctors, Night wondered off the family path and into film-making. At the age of 29, exactly 7 years ago, his first wide-release film, The Sixth Sense, opened to great reviews and stupendous word of mouth. The film went on to gross $293 million dollars in the U.S. and almost $675 million world-wide. Landing at the second highest gross of the year, and as one of the highest grosses of all-time, the success of The Sixth Sense catapulted M. Night Shyamalan to the top of Hollywood. 7 years later he still remains at the top of the list, and has become a household name. With his future as a film-maker still shining bright, Night just released his 5th major film, and has already stated he has ideas for numbers 6 & 7!

All of the fans here at MNightFans.com would like to wish M. Night Shyamalan a Happy 36th Birthday, and many more years of success!

9 Responses to “Happy Birthday to M. Night Shyamalan!!”

  1. Fidel Castro says:

    What? he's stated his ideas for 6 and 7th?

  2. Dr. Malcom Crowe says:

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  3. Wags says:

    Happy Birthday Night!

  4. Gustavo² says:

    Happy Birthday, Night! Keep up the ballsy work!

  5. Luciusyd says:

    happy birthday~

  6. farhan says:

    Wish u a very happy birthday Night. Hope u continue making great movies.

  7. Rohan says:

    Wish you a very happy birthday and have a successful career forever and please keep making movies and no remakings please.

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