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Dan Katula

Dan Katula is an actor and producer, known for Pedestrian Confessions (2009), Petty Cash (2010) and Zombie Frat House. See full bio »

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Known For

Petty Cash
Petty Cash Marcello
(2010)
Zombie Frat House
Zombie Frat House Coach Green
The Bananas
(2011)

Filmography

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 2015 Super Deluxe (Short)
Lenny
 2013 Studies in Space (Short)
 2012 Yellow Hill: The Stranger's Tale (Short)
Dutch Dalton
 2011 The Bananas (Short)
Dave
 2011/I Missed Connections (Short)
Bartender
 2010 Bring me the head of Harry Jones (Short)
Harry Jones
 2010 Petty Cash
Marcello
 2009 For the Birds (Short)
Man
 2009 On the Phone (Short)
Man
 2009 Pedestrian Confessions (Short)
Man 1
 2009 Toss'n It (Short)
Father
 2009 Doris Gives Good Therapy (Short)
Man
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 2011 The Bananas (Short) (producer)
 2009 Pedestrian Confessions (Short) (executive producer) / (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (1 credit)
 2009 Pedestrian Confessions (Short) (co-director)

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