Anthony J. Hilder was an American independent filmmaker, producer, and radio personality. He was born on July 17th, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois. He began his career in show business when he was a young child, performing on the stage in Chicago and later on Broadway. He went on to become an accomplished actor, appearing in numerous television and feature films such as "The Godfather," "The Exorcist," and "The French Connection."
Hilder was also a prolific producer and director, making over 200 films and documentaries covering topics such as politics, religion, and conspiracy theories. He was well known for his controversial and often criticized films which explored issues such as the JFK assassination and the 9/11 attacks. He was a strong advocate for free speech and civil liberties, and fought against censorship in the media.
Hilder was also a popular talk radio host, frequently appearing on the Alex Jones Show, Coast to Coast AM, and The John B. Wells Show. He was also a frequent guest lecturer at universities and events around the world, speaking on a variety of topics including government corruption and the Illuminati.
Throughout his career, Hilder received numerous awards and accolades, including being inducted into the National Academy of Independent Filmmakers in 2009. He was also awarded the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' from the International Documentary Association in 2010.
Hilder passed away on June 4th, 2016 at the age of 75. His legacy as a filmmaker and radio personality will continue to live on in the hearts of those who followed his work. He was a passionate and determined advocate for freedom of speech and civil liberties, and his work will continue to inspire generations to come.