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Phil Andrade is known for his work on The Ward (2010), The Big Bang (2010) and The River Murders (2011). See full bio »

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The Ward
The Ward Location Management
The Big Bang
The Big Bang Location Management
The River Murders
The River Murders Location Management
At Middleton
At Middleton Location Management


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 2014-2017 Z Nation (TV Series) (assistant location manager - 10 episodes)
- Warren's Dream (2017) ... (assistant location manager)
- Sisters of Mercy (2014) ... (assistant location manager)
- Zunami (2014) ... (assistant location manager)
- Welcome to the Fu-Bar (2014) ... (assistant location manager)
- Resurrection Z (2014) ... (assistant location manager)
 2013 At Middleton (assistant locations manager)
 2012 JourneyQuest (TV Series) (location manager - 10 episodes)
- Through Every Trial and Hardship (2012) ... (location manager)
- Retromancer (2012) ... (location manager)
- Fall Into Darkness (2012) ... (location manager)
- Much to Discuss (2012) ... (location manager)
- Better Than Sex (2012) ... (location manager)
 2012 Camilla Dickinson (assistant locations manager)
 2011 Thunderballs (TV Movie) (assistant locations manager)
 2011 The River Murders (location manager)
 2010 The Big Bang (assistant location manager)
 2010 The Ward (location assistant)
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