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Craig Albrecht

Craig Albrecht is known for his work on Don't Kill It (2016), High Voltage (1997) and Wicked Blood (2014). See full bio »
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Don't Kill It
Don't Kill It Producer
High Voltage
High Voltage Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Wicked Blood
Wicked Blood Producer


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 1999 V.I.P. (TV Series) (production assistant - 1 episode)
- The Quiet Brawler (1999) ... (production assistant)
 1998 The Adventures of Ragtime (assistant locations - uncredited)
 1997 Heartless (TV Movie) (production assistant)
 1996 No Dogs Allowed (Short) (production assistant)
 1994 Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer Mystery (TV Movie) (production assistant - uncredited)
 1994 Judge for Yourself (TV Series) (production assistant - 1 episode)
- Michael and Lisa Marie on the Rocks? (1994) ... (production assistant - uncredited)
 1993-1994 Silk Stalkings (TV Series) (production assistant - 2 episodes)
- Love Bandit (1994) ... (production assistant - uncredited)
- Love Never Dies (1993) ... (production assistant - uncredited)
 1993 Renegade (TV Series) (production assistant - 2 episodes)
- Windy City Blues (1993) ... (production assistant - uncredited)
- Dead End and Easy Money (1993) ... (production assistant - uncredited)
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