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|Alma mater||New York University|
|Occupation||Producer & writer|
|Title||Writer & Producer|
|Spouse(s)||Lindsay Hotchkiss Camhe|
Todd Camhe is an American producer and screenwriter for film, television and new media known for his work in The Last Run and Sister (2014). As a producer in branded content and commercial work, Camhe has produced entertainment projects for record labels Interscope Records and Shady Records and oversaw livestreams of Lady Gaga for Vevo. [ unreliable source? ][ dead link ]
Camhe completed his Masters in Film from the Tisch School of the Arts at N.Y.U. and received a Bachelor's Degree from Trinity College. [ better source needed ]
After selling screenplays to 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. and a television pilot to FX (TV channel), Camhe wrote and produced the independent feature The Last Run starring Fred Savage and Amy Adams.
Camhe co-wrote and produced the film Sister . Sister premiered in 2014 at The Tribeca Film Festival and was financed by the non-profit Our Kids First Foundation in order to spread awareness of ADHD treatment options.
In 2017 Camhe and Lascher collaborated again on a webseries with Jash and Group Nine Media that released in 2019 called "Cruisers and Shakers."[ citation needed ]
Camhe lives in the New York City area with his wife and two children. His mother is Beverly Camhe.[ citation needed ]
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