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Simon Mckeon

Simon Mckeon is an editor and producer, known for Christmas at Draculas, The Fangs of Fame (2017) and The Milk Run (2018). See full bio »

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Known For

The Fangs of Fame
(2017)
The Milk Run
The Milk Run Editor
(2018)
Bad-Guy
Bad-Guy Editor
(2014)

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Hide Hide Show Show Editor: Short (4 credits)
 2018 The Milk Run (Short) (filming)
 2017 The Fangs of Fame (Short)
 2014 Bad-Guy (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Editor: Movie (1 credit)
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 2017 The Fangs of Fame (Short) (producer)
 2015 They Only Come Out at Night (Short) (producer)
 2014 Bad-Guy (Short) (producer)
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  Christmas at Draculas (executive producer) (completed)
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 2018 The Milk Run (Short) (filming)
 2017 The Fangs of Fame (Short)
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 2018 The Milk Run (Short) (Story Consultant) (filming)
 2017 The Fangs of Fame (Short)
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 2018 The Milk Run (Short) (casting) (filming)
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 2016 Challenge This! (TV Series)
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