Neil Grahn is a director/writer/producer who stays busy making documentaries and creating comedy. He started out in show business about a hundred years ago with a plucky comedy troupe called ‘Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie’, he was the showrunner for ‘Queen of the Oil Patch’ and the head writer for CBC Radio One’s ‘The Irrelevant Show’. Neil lives a split life bouncing back and forth between comedy and documentary. He’s busy this summer with a documentary series on food vendors plying the powwow trail and he’s eager to share ‘Rodeo Nation’ with the world.
Which ’hood are you in?
I reside in ‘West-side Edmonton’. It’s a suburban hood so I’m one of the badasses on my block.
What do you do?
I direct, I produce, I write (I’m currently starting a play on Pegahmagabow) (look him up). I also do improv comedy.
What are you currently working on?
I’m currently developing a comedy series, working on a play, and directing a documentary series.
Where can we find your work?
Recent Shows: ‘Queen of the Oil Patch’, ‘Crazy Like a Lynx’, A couple of comedy bits featured on ‘Funny or Die’, ‘Literally the Bible’, ‘Elijah and the Two Bears’, and ‘The Foreskin Dowry of King David’.