Facts about John Waters
John Waters Biography
John Waters, already well-known in his native Baltimore for his underground movies, hit it big in the 1970s with low-budget, bad-taste classics such as Pink Flamingoes and Polyester. His first "Hollywood" movie was Hairspray in 1988, starring Ricki Lake and Debbie Harry. Waters is famous for his love of camp and kitsch, and he proudly demonstrates an commitment to offending some audiences. In spite of bigger budgets in the 1990s, he retained creative control of his films, which include Cry Baby, Serial Mom and Cecil B. Demented.