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Zach Synder has written and created multiple blockbuster films. Synder has also conquered his learning disability, dyslexia.

Attending a small Christian Science school, Zack Synder soon became known for his resourcefulness in movie-making.

However, Synder started out as a painter in a fine arts school. Then transferred to Art Center School of Design in Pasadena where he settled on filmmaking.

Zack is known for multiple blockbuster films.

  • Dawn of the Dead
  • 300
  • Watchmen
  • Legends of the Guardians: the Owls of Ga’Hoole
  • Man of Steel
  • Batman vs. Superman.

Most of his films have been huge critical successes. It takes a creative and unique mind to achieve what he has achieved throughout his career.

Snyder has overcome much to prove dyslexia is just a disability, it does not define one.

Zach Snyder is a creative genius.

According to his wife, Snyder is constantly:

  • Observing people.
  • Creating drawings from what he sees. 
  • Carrying his camera on him around the house.
  • Taking pictures.

Snyder always has his creative juices flowing. That feeds his ability to make these incredible films that we all enjoy.

Key Takeaways:

1
Zach Snyder, the director known for 300, Man of Steel, and Batman vs. Superman, has struggled with dyslexia.
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In 1977 Zach was inspired by Star Wars. His painter-photographer mother bought him a movie camera. Soon he started filming stop-action films.
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Snyder is constantly drawing and shooting things around the house with his camera.

The successful movie maker did not let dyslexia determine his future.

Snyder proved dyslexia is just a disability. It does not define one.

Snyder has also proved that even with dyslexia you can still fulfill your dreams.

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