Graham Killeen

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Graham Killeen
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Writer/Director Graham Killeen
Born Graham John Killeen
Occupation screenwriter
film director
film producer
actor
Spouse(s) Mercedes Hacker
Awards 2006 Best Milwaukee Filmmaker
Website http://www.signalfirefilms.com/blog/graham.asp

Graham Killeen (born 1980) is an American independent filmmaker. He is best known as the writer-director of Six Bullets, a short film that premiered at the NYC Downtown Film Festival in 2007.[1] He won the Shepherd Express Best of Milwaukee 2006 award for "Best Milwaukee Filmmaker."[2] Currently he is working on a feature-length drama titled 355 for the film company Signal Fire Films.[3]

Killeen was born and raised in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area, being raised in the suburban communities of Newburg and West Bend[disambiguation needed]. He holds a bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, having graduated in 2007. Killeen is a film critic for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.[4]

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Graham Killeen at the Internet Movie Database