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M. Night Shyamalan was born in India in 1970 but moved to the US as a child. He was meant to become a medical doctor like his father, but instead chose to become a film director. His three most famous films are "Unbreakable", "The Sixth Sense" and "The Village" which are all set in his home state, Pennsylvania. There is thus a certain autobiographical element to his films. After he directed "Lady in the Water", starring Bryce Dallas Howard, he started getting bad critics and his film "The Last Airbender" from 2010 was a flop both with film critics and the audience. M. Night Shyamalan is also known for starring in his own films - by 2012, he had roles in 7 of them.
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