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Derek Wade (III)

Derek Wade is known for his work on Gypsy (2017). See full bio »

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Gypsy
Gypsy Male Barista
2017

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  House of Cards (TV Series) (assistant production coordinator - 39 episodes, 2015 - 2017) (production secretary - 26 episodes, 2013 - 2014)
- Chapter 65 (2017) ... (assistant production coordinator)
- Chapter 64 (2017) ... (assistant production coordinator)
- Chapter 63 (2017) ... (assistant production coordinator)
- Chapter 62 (2017) ... (assistant production coordinator)
- Chapter 59 (2017) ... (assistant production coordinator)
 2012 Veep (TV Series) (production secretary - 7 episodes)
- Tears (2012) ... (production secretary)
- Full Disclosure (2012) ... (production secretary)
- Baseball (2012) ... (production secretary)
- Nicknames (2012) ... (production secretary)
- Chung (2012) ... (production secretary)
 2012 Game Change (TV Movie) (production secretary)
 2011/I The Roommate (production secretary)
 2009 Fired Up! (production secretary)
 2008 Quarantine (production secretary)
 2008 Pineapple Express (production assistant - uncredited)
 2008/I Prom Night (production secretary)
 2007 Superbad (production assistant)
 2006 Southland Tales (production assistant)
 2005 Syriana (office staff assistant: Baltimore & Washington, D.C.)
 2005 Goal! The Dream Begins (production assistant: Los Angeles)
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 2017 Gypsy (TV Series)
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- Marfa (2017) ... Male Barista

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