Graham Ludlow

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Graham Ludlow

Graham Ludlow is a Canadian actor, executive, screenwriter and producer.[1] Ludlow was born in England but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. He graduated from Magee Secondary School.[2][3]



His acting roles include the films Welcome to 18 (1986)[4] and Thunder Run (1986).[5]


Ludlow wrote the film The Call of the Wild: Dog of the Yukon (1997), starring Rutger Hauer and narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. The Hollywood Reporter said that it was, "... a pleasant surprise. Much more faithful to Jack London's 1903 classic than the two Hollywood versions."[6] The New York Post claimed Ludlow's adaptation was the "best version yet of Jack London's classic story of survival."[7] Ludlow also wrote the television movie Storm Cell (2008).[8]


Ludlow was a producer of the action film The Condemned (2007).[9] He was executive producer of the television film Anya's Bell (1999),[10] which was nominated for a Humanitas Prize in 2000, and won the 2000 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie. He executive produced Eight Days to Live (2006), which was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best TV Movie. Broadcast in Canada by CTV, Eight Days To Live became CTV's highest rated TV movie.[11][12]

Ludlow was also executive producer of In God's Country (film) (2007), which won the 2008 CFTPA Indie Award for Best TV Movie[13][14] and was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best TV Movie; The Good Times are Killing Me (2009), another Gemini Award nominee for Best TV Movie; and She Drives Me Crazy (2007), which was nominated and then won the Gemini Award for Best TV Movie in 2010.[15]

Ludlow wrote the screenplay for and is an executive producer of The Riverbank (2012).[16][17] The film was the Opening Night Gala Presentation at the 24th edition of Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on September 15, 2012,[18]

Ludlow produced and wrote the screenplay for the indie film Naked Dragon (2014).[19][20]

Ludlow was a producer of the award-winning[21]Baroness von Sketch Show (2016).[22]

In 2021, Incendo appointed Ludlow to the role of production and development executive, Canada.[23][24] Some of the titles he has produced at Incendo include Terror Train (2022), Marry F*** Kill (2022), The Amityville Curse (2023)[25][26] and Guess Who (2024).[27] He is also an Executive Producer of the series Clean Sweep.[28]




  • 1999 Anya's Bell (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2006 Eight Days to Live (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2007 She Drives Me Crazy (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2007 The Condemned (executive producer)
  • 2007 In God's Country (film) (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2009 The Good Times Are Killing Me (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2010 Tangled (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • 2012 The Riverbank (executive producer)
  • 2014 Child Star (TV series) (executive producer)
  • 2014 Naked Dragon (film) (producer)
  • 2016 Baroness von Sketch Show (TV series) (supervising producer)
  • 2019 Stand! (film) (executive producer)
  • 2021 The Secret Sauce (TV movie) (supervising producer)
  • 2021 Farmer Seeking Love (TV movie) (supervising producer)
  • 2021 Destination Love (TV movie) (supervising producer)
  • 2021 Love and Penguins (TV movie) (supervising producer)
  • 2022 Terror Train (TV movie) (executive producer / producer)
  • 2022 Terror Train 2 (TV movie) (executive producer / producer)
  • 2023 Marry F*** Kill (TV movie) (executive producer / producer)
  • 2023 The Amityville Curse (TV movie) (executive producer / producer)
  • 2023 Clean Sweep (TV series) (executive producer)
  • 2024 Guess Who (TV movie) (executive producer / producer)


Published works[edit]

  • Ludlow, Graham (March–April 2004). "So You Wrote a Great Screenplay: Now What?". Script Magazine. 10 (2). Final Draft, Inc.: 68.


  1. ^ "Graham Ludlow". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. 2009. Archived from the original on 2009-06-21. Retrieved 2012-03-08.
  2. ^ Andrews, Marke (2005-11-29). "Movie recalls eight-day ordeal of trapped driver". The Vancouver Sun. p. D4.
  3. ^ Gold, Kerry (1997-01-04). "Scene & Heard". The Vancouver Sun. p. E1.
  4. ^ "Welcome to 18 (1986)". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2012-07-21.
  5. ^ Thomas, Kevin (1986-06-03). "Movie Review : Hollywood Veterans Paired In 'Thunder Run'". Los Angeles Times.
  6. ^ Hunter, David (1997-02-10). "The Call of the Wild". The Hollywood Reporter. p. 11.
  7. ^ Greppi, Michele (1997-06-22). "What's on Tonight: 'Wild' about Buck, leader of the pack". New York Post. p. 103.
  8. ^ Storm Cell (TV 2008) – IMDb
  9. ^ The Condemned.(Movie review) – Daily Variety | HighBeam Research
  10. ^ "Anya's Bell (1999) - Overview". 2007-04-09. Retrieved 2012-03-08.
  11. ^ Phantom, The (2008-06-19). "The Late Nite Landfill: "Eight Days to Live"". Retrieved 2012-03-08.
  12. ^ Eight Days to Live (TV 2006) – IMDb
  13. ^ Kelly, Brendan (2008-01-21). "Canadians unveil Indie Awards noms". Variety.
  14. ^ "CANADIAN FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION | Canadian Film and Television Producers announce Indie Award Winners". Archived from the original on 2015-06-10. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
  15. ^ "NABET 700 CEP: 2010 Gemini Award Winners | Covering Toronto Film Technicians". 2010-11-04. Retrieved 2012-03-14.
  16. ^ "The Riverbank".
  17. ^ "Kwantlen instructor's novel made into The Riverbank film". 2012-11-08. Retrieved 2021-11-20.
  18. ^ "Locally-shot film a hit with Cinefest crowd". 2012-09-16. Retrieved 2021-11-20.
  19. ^ "Naked Dragon".
  20. ^ "Naked Dragon".
  21. ^ "Canadian Screen Awards: Winners Announced For Scripted Drama, Comedy Categories". 2020-05-27. Archived from the original on June 6, 2020. Retrieved 2021-11-21.
  22. ^ "Baroness Von Sketch Show".
  23. ^ "Up The Ladder: Incendo". 2021-09-28. Retrieved 2021-11-07.
  24. ^ "Incendo eyes scripted series after production restructure". 2021-11-11. Retrieved 2021-11-12.
  25. ^ "Tubi confirms adaptation of 'The Amityville Curse' & original horror pic 'Marry F*** Kill'". 2022-09-13.
  26. ^ "TIFF: Tubi nabs 'Amityville Curse' novel adaptation, 'Marry F*** Kill' genre pics". hollywoodreporter. 2022-09-13.
  27. ^ "Incendos Guess Who Premieres on Tubi". 2024-01-19. Retrieved 2024-02-24.
  28. ^ "nail-biting-crime-thriller-clean-sweep-debuts-on-thursday-june-22-on-sundance-now-amc". 2023-05-18. Retrieved 2023-05-25.

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