Rory Owen Delaney grew up in Louisville, but lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two pugs. In 2018 Lionsgate released BREAKING BROOKLYN, starring Louis Gossett and Curtis Vondie-Hall, which was written by Delaney. Rory produced and directed the feature documentary THE RIVALRY: RED V. BLUE as seen on ESPN, and co-produced the graffiti documentary BOMB IT 2 as seen on HULU. He holds a BA in English from Yale University and a MFA from New York University.  In 2010 Rory was named an honorary Kentucky Colonel by Governor Steve Beshear. Although the title is almost totally meaningless, it is a dandy way to win a free beer. 

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