The Ex (1997 film)

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The Ex
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Mark L. Lester
Written byNovel
John Lutz
Larry Cohen
Produced byDana Dubovsky
Mark L. Lester
Starring Yancy Butler
Suzy Amis
Cinematography Richard Leiterman
Edited byDavid Berlatsky
Music by Paul Zaza
American World Pictures (AWP)
Distributed by Lionsgate Films
Release date
22 April 1997 US (video premiere)
Running time
87 min.
United States

The Ex is a 1997 erotic thriller film directed by Mark L. Lester and starring Yancy Butler and Suzy Amis. It is based on the 1996 novel by John Lutz. [1] The film was released on direct-to-video in the United States on April 22, 1997.



Deidre Kenyon (Yancy Butler) is David Kenyon's (Nick Mancuso) ex-wife and intends to stalk him and wreck his family. She goes to extreme lengths to do this.


Yancy Butler Deidre Kenyon
Suzy Amis Cameron Molly Kenyon
Nick Mancuso David Kenyon
Hamish TildesleyMichael Kenyon
John Novak Miles
Roger Barnes Sam Beltzer
Babz Chula Dr. Lillian Johanes
Barry W. LevyFrank
Claire RileyDetective Lang
Tom PickettKenyons Doorman
Allison WarrenHotel Clerk
Arlene BelcastroNext Door Neighbor
Barry 'Bear' HortonBiker
Jason Lester (uncredited)Child in Stroller


Filming took place in Vancouver and Richmond, British Columbia as well as Toronto, Ontario.

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