Michael Klastorin

Michael Klastorin has served as a production/unit publicist on over 60 feature films to date, with credits including such diverse fare as Swamp Thing, Witness, Lethal Weapon 2, Back to the Future II and III, The Last Boy Scout, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Star Trek Nemesis, Office Space, Zombieland, Easy A, Max Rose, Cooties, Mechanic: Resurrection, and the Apple TV+ series Palm Royale,among many others. His producing credits include Lethal Weapon 3 and the independent feature Noel, which featured Susan Sarandon, Paul Walker, Penelope Cruz, Alan Arkin and Robin Williams.

In addition to his publicity chores on the BTTF sequels, Michael’s contribution to the Back to the Future universe include the writing of two episodes of the BTTF animated series (Swing Low Sweet Chariot Race, Verne Hatches An Egg), as well as a cameo appearance in the pre-show film of the theme park attraction. You can also spot Michael greeting Marty McFly in the old west as 'Townsman #1' in Back to the Future Part III.

In 2015, Klastorin authored the international top-selling history of the Back to the Future franchise, “Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History,” considered by fans as the 'bible' of all things Back to the Future. Over the past several years, he has appeared at numerous comic cons and fan events around the country, as both book author, and moderator of panels with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Tom Wilson, and Bob Gale among others.

In 2017, he authored “Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Ultimate Visual History,” celebrating the 40th anniversary of the film’s release.

Klastorin returned to the Back to the Future family in 2020 revising his "Ultimate Visual History" tome, andembarking on a new book chronicling the creation, development and realization of the theatrical production with "Creating Back to the Future The Musical." With the show having surpassed over 2,000 performances in London's West End,"the book's release coincided with the show's Broadway premiere in June of 2023.

Bob Gale, co-creator and writer of the Back to the Future trilogy, as well as the book of the smash musical, and the overseer of all things Back to the Future proclaimed Klastorin the 'official historian of the franchise.'

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