He appeared in Flight 29 Down Season 1: Vol 3 bonus features
He has written a New York Times best selling book.
He is a writer, producer, and director.
He has planned to make 10 books in the "Pendragon" series. He will only make ten because that's how many terriorties are in the book.
The "Pendragon" series has sold over one million copies.
He started the "Pendragon" series in 2001.
D.J. writes science fiction and fantasy.
D.J. broke into the entertainment business by writing several ABC Afterschool Specials.
D.J. has a cat named Kaboodle and a golden retriever named Maggie.
He attended New York University where he got his degree in film.
He graduated from Greenwich High School.
D.J. has one daughter named Keaton.
D.J is married to Evangeline.
The 9th installment of the Pendragon series, Raven Rise, comes out May of 2008.
He lives in Manhattan Beach, California.
The 8th installment of the Pendragon series, The Pilgrims of Rayne, came out on May 8, 2007.
D.J. MacHale also published a guide to the Pendragon series called , Guide to the Territories of Halla: Volume 1, which came out on April 2005.
The 6th installment to the Pendragon series, The Rivers of Zadaa, came out on June 2005.
The 5th installment to the Pendragon series, Black Water, came out on August 2004.
The 4th installment to the Pendragon series, The Reality Bug, came out on September 2003.
The 3rd installment to the Pendragon series, The Never War, came out on May 2003.
The 2nd installment to the Pendragon series, The Lost City of Faar, came out on December 2002.
The 1st book of the Pendragon series, The Merchant of Death, came out on August 2002.
In 1997, D.J. MacHale was nominated for the Gamini Awards for Best Youth Program or Series, Are you Afraid of the Dark?
In 1995, D.J. MacHale had won the CableACE Awards for the Children's Programming Series, Chris Cross.
In 1996, D.J. MacHale won the Gemini Awards for Best Children's Program or Series, Are you Afraid of the Dark?
In 1995, D.J. MacHale was nominated for the Gemini Awards for Best Direction in a Dramtic or Comedy Series, Are you Afraid fo the Dark?
The 7th installation to the Pendragon series, The Quillan Games came out on May 28th, 2006.
He is the writer of the New York Times bestselling series Pendragon.
D.J.: I had an odd history in that I went from Dr. Seuss, straight to Ian Fleming.
D.J.: (what inspired him to write the Pendragon series) Well, I've been writing kids TV shows forever, and I came up with this idea and this concept of Halla - and all the different places in Halla - but it was too big of an idea to make into a TV show and too long of an idea to turn into a movie so I thought, "Maybe I can write a book about this?" So I outlined all 10 stories a long time ago. So I've known where this is going to end from the very beginning.