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Founded his own production company, DND Films, at age 14. He incorporated the business at age 18.

Received honorable mention from the 2004 Videographer Awards in the low-budget video category, for his debut feature film "Eviternity."

Served as an affiliate for SlimeCon 2002, the "You Can't Do That On Television" cast reunion and fan convention. He also served as the official videographer for SlimeCon 2004.

Completed his first film at age 7.

Wrote, produced, edited and directed an episode of "You Can't Do That On Television" in 2004. The program, entitled "Project 131," was the first new episode produced in more than 14 years. Starring five of the original cast members, Vanessa Lindores, Marjorie Silcoff, Brodie Osome, Alasdair Gillis and Justin Cammy, it featured the "worst" clips from the past and some new scenes as well. The episode was the final production ever made in Studio D at CJOH-TV in Ottawa, Canada.

Shares a birthday with the late Gregory Peck, Bette Davis and Spencer Tracy.

Completed his feature-length documentary "You Can't Do That On Film," about the cult-classic show "You Can't Do That On Television." Featuring several of the original cast and crew members, the film is slated to be released in 2005. [September 2004]

Finishing up work on his feature-length documentary "You Can't Do That On Film," about the cult-classic show "You Can't Do That On Television." The film is slated to be released in 2005. [August 2004]