Born in Upper Darby, Dave was always a little odd. Early on he would act out movie scenes with his toys and wrote his first script at age 8. His teen years were spent in West Chester where he discovered his love for film and began writing. Dave first attended college at The University of the Arts for screenwriting. But after 2 years there he ... See full bio »
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I Quit Director
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 2018 Tarab (production assistant) (post-production)
 2018 9.8 m/s² (Short) (production assistant) (completed)
 2018 American Exorcist (production assistant) (completed)
 2017 Death House (production assistant)
 2016 So Long Friend (Short) (production assistant)
 2016/III Contrition (Short) (production assistant)
 2015 120 Years (Short) (production assistant)
 2015 Beautiful Something (production assistant)
 2013 Altered Minds (production staff)
 2012 Art Machine (production assistant)
 2012 Petunia (production office intern)
 2012 Gem St. (Short) (production assistant)
 2011 Broken Angel (production assistant)
 2009 Neighbor (production assistant)
 2006 Rent Control (Short) (production assistant)
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David Sarrafian


5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Cites Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) and The Great Muppet Caper (1981) as the films he watched over as a child and inspired him to become a filmmaker. See more »


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