John Waters' home is on Morris Avenue in Lutherville, Maryland. The cult filmmaker spent his childhood years in this Gothic Revival mansion in the Baltimore suburbs. His film career began here when he recieved an 8mm movie camera for his 16th birthday. He made his first film Hag In A Black Leather Jacket in 1964. While living here he met Harris Glenn Milstead, a fellow teenager who lived around the corner, and would soon be know by the stage name Divine. Waters and Divine would go on to make 9 films together, beginning with Roman Candles (1966) and ending with Hairspray (1988). Waters lived here until he enrolled at NYU, from which he was eventually expelled. He then moved to Baltimore. In subsequent years Waters returned to the family home to film scenes for his films. The Cavalcade of Perversion scene which opens Multiple Maniacs (1970) was filmed here in the front yard, and in Desperate Living (1977) the house substitutes as the home of Mink Stole's character Peggy Gravel.