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Drew Lindo served as a writer for Reign.
Drew Lindo is a writer, producer, actor, and director, whose work has been featured in film festivals and television across the country. He attended film school at the University of Central Florida beginning in the fall of 2003, where his work quickly began to gain notice.
His 2004 short film, Cape Chaser (2004), is a dramedy detailing a friendship with benefits between superheroes. Cape Chaser (2004) has been featured on the television program The Screening Room (2005) with Jonathan D. Krane, and he was invited to screen at the UCLA Hammer Museum in February of 2006 for the Masters of American Comics exhibit, as part of the program entitled The Fifth World: Fan Films and Fan Fiction.
In 2004, Lindo also collaborated with Internet-renowned Dastoli Digital on their action short film Evasive Maneuvers (2004), which he wrote, produced, and acted in. The film was an official selection at the 2005 Tiburon International Film Festival in it's student competition.
Lindo's 2005 short film Losing Toby (2005), a dark comedy has screened at several festivals, and has won the student award for Best Comedy at the 2006 Smogdance Film Festival. Losing Toby (2005) has also been featured on the television program The Screening Room (2005) with Jonathan D. Krane. The film was eventually selected by the University of Central Florida's Film Program for their 2005 Five Stories DVD, a collection of five shorts, which are marketed across the country to major festivals and events as a showcase for the best of UCF Student Films.
Drew Lindo began working on the HBO series HUNG as an office production assistant on the original Pilot in 2008. He was promoted to Writer's Assistant during season 2 of the HBO series, and went on to co-write an episode in season 3.
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