Milan Cheylov

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Milan Cheylov
Occupation Actor, film director, television director, film producer, television producer
Years active 1982–present

Milan Cheylov is a television director/producer. A professional stage actor at 15, Cheylov ran Bootleg Theatre in Toronto for ten years. He acted in theatre, television and film for almost twenty years. He started producing and directing short films and television shows in his mid-twenties. Cheylov moved to LA in 2006 to direct the show "24" (where he also became a producer), among many others. He has directed over 150 television programs, from drama (24, Dexter, Agents of Shield, Once Upon A Time, Prison Break) to comedy (Rosewood, Las Vegas, Chuck, The Chris Isaak Show). He enjoys working in all genres. Cheylov is married to author Lori Lansens (The Girls, Rush Home Road,The Mountain Story). They have two children and live in Los Angeles.

As a director, some of his television credits[1] include:[2]

As an actor, he had a regular role on the television series The Edison Twins as well as guest starring on the shows The Twilight Zone, Night Heat, Diamonds and doing voice work on Star Wars: Droids.[3]


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