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The Vampire's Tomb
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An accomplished character actor with over 22 years stage experience including an engagement at Carnegie Hall in New York City as Sergei Diaghilev in Anna Pavlova, a biographical ballet he co-authored, Kemper recently appeared in the independently produced Sideshow Cinema ghost story, Evan Straw written and directed by Michael Legge. Legge and the Medway Players performed Kemper's musical comedy, The Wizard of Oz Murders in 2010.

Kemper appeared six years on stage as Herr Drosselmeyer in The Nutcracker, as well as Doctor Copellius in Copellia, and Catallebutte in Sleeping Beauty. He is also a stage illusionist and member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. As Murder for Hire’s Producer and host sleuth Detective Chief Inspector Kemper of Scotland Yard, Kemper presents original mystery plays for hotels and bed and breakfasts throughout the United States. Dwight Kemper is also a film critic for Phantom of the Movies' Videoscope Magazine where he applies his "critical chain saw" to really bad movies.

Writing and acting talent runs in Kemper's family. His great, great aunt is author Gertrude Stein and his great uncle is character actor Charles Kemper. Kemper illustrated two of his three novels. "House of Doom" he used a simple pen and India ink style similar to early pulps. "The Vampire's Tomb Mystery" uses a gray scale wash with various shades of India Ink pens on Vellum paper.
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