Neil Grahn has been in the TV business since 1990.
He began his television career writing and starring in the comedy series Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie, and soon realized many of the key creative decisions were being made by the people behind the camera.
He crossed the creative floor in 1995.
Neil wrote/directed and produced the Gemini Award Winning lifestyle series Taking It Off. He won an AMPIA award for Get A Laugh, a one-hour special on Street Theatre and was nominated for a Gemini in 2008 for a comedy/documentary series he wrote/directed and produced called Fish Out of Water.
Recently, he has directed The Family Restaurant, X-Weighted and Fish Out of Water for television. He also kept touch with his comedy roots by head writing and performing in The Irrelevant Show for CBC Radio One.
Neil has honed his directing and producing skills in the world of documentary where he has become expert at mining humour out of real life.
And he continues to stay busy in the comedy world with national radio, live improv comedy, short films and comedy pilots.