Bob Rafelson , born in New York City in 1933, is a compulsive drifter and a Hollywood maverick. After graduating from Dartmouth College, he started writing for television, adapting stage productions for Play of the Week. With Bert Schneider and Steve Blauner, he formed BBS Productions, the company which produced such hits as Easy Rider and The Last Picture Show. Rafelson made his directorial debut with Head (1968), a rock film featuring the Monkees. Two years later, he made Five Easy Pieces (1970), which won him the Best Director Award from the New York Film Critics. His other films include: The King of Marvin Gardens (1972), Stay Hungry (1977), The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981), Black Widow (1986), Mountains of the Moon (1990), Man Trouble (1991), Blood and Wine (1996) and Poodle Springs (1998). The sequel to Wet (1994), a classic in the Erotic Tales collection, PORN.COM features Rafelson in his first major acting role.