Graham Ludlow is a Canadian actor, executive, screenwriter and producer.Ludlow was born in England but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. He graduated from Magee Secondary School.
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."The New York Post claimed Ludlow's adaptation was the "best version yet of Jack London's classic story of survival." Ludlow also wrote the television movie Storm Cell (2008).
His acting roles include the films Welcome to 18 (1986)and Thunder Run (1986).
Ludlow was a producer of the action film The Condemned (2007).He was executive producer of the television film Anya's Bell (1999), 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.
Ludlow was also executive producer of In God's Country (2007), which won the 2008 CFTPA Indie Award for Best TV Movieand 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.
Ludlow wrote the screenplay for and is an executive producer of The Riverbank (2012).The film was the Opening Night Gala Presentation at the 24th edition of Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on September 15, 2012, and began airing on Movie Central in October, 2012.
Ludlow produced and wrote the screenplay for the indie film Naked Dragon (2014).
Ludlow was most recently a producer of Baroness von Sketch Show (2016).
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