Graham Elwood


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Graham Elwood was born in Stoughton, Wisconsin, USA on 5 August 1969. When he was 12, he and his family moved to Chicago, Illinois. His favorite game show as a kid was Card Sharks (1978). Graham graduated from University of Arizona - with a Bachelor of Fine Arts - Media Arts. He claims he was not that great a student. Because he didn't like coffee ... See full bio »

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 2018 First Nations Comedy Experience (TV Series) (executive producer - 13 episodes)
- Episode #1.13 (2018) ... (executive producer)
 2009-2016 Comedy Film Nerds (Podcast Series) (executive producer - 350 episodes)
- Year End Passengers (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Rogue One (2016) ... (executive producer)
- La La Land (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Silence (2016) ... (executive producer)
- Fantastic Beasts (2016) ... (executive producer)
 2001 Hello Junkie (Short) (co-executive producer)
 1995 Fiber Optics (Short) (co-executive producer)
 1994 Picture Day (Short) (co-executive producer)
 1994 Smile If You Want More (co-executive producer)
 1994 Nice!@#$%^&*!ing Legacy, Dad! (Short) (associate producer)
 1993 McKaraoke (Short) (producer - as Graham McElwood)
 1993 Fiddlesticks (Short) (co-executive producer)
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Alternate Names:

Graham McElwood

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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Trivia:

For the April 1, 2003, episode of Cram (2003), Graham switched duties, dressed and played the role of Miss Pickwick while Marc Summers(host of WinTuition (2002)) acted as temporary host. See more »

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