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Greg Beck was born on September 26, 1986 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is a writer and producer, known for The Last Hit (2009), Indefinite Silence (2011) and Blood Is Thin (2014). See full bio »

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The Last Hit
The Last Hit Writer
Indefinite Silence
Blood Is Thin
Blood Is Thin Writer
The Old Stand By


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 2016 Amoriph (Short) (screenplay)
 2014 Blood Is Thin (Short)
 2013 Martina Hardy (Short) (screenplay)
 2011 Indefinite Silence (Short)
 2011 The Old Stand By (Short)
 2010 Mommy Why (Short) (written by)
 2010 If I Needed Someone (Short)
 2009 The Last Hit (Short)
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Influences as a Director: Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, James Gray, Jean-Pierre Melville, Elia Kazan, John Cassavetes, Jim Mickle & Nicolas Winding Refn.

Influences as a Writer: Dennis Lehane, Mario Puzo, Dashiell Hammett, Elmore Leonard, Kurt Sutter, Terence Winter, Shawn Ryan, David Chase, Megan Abbott & James Ellroy.


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