David Nelson Dillehunt Net Worth

David Nelson Dillehunt Net Worth is
$250,000

David Nelson Dillehunt Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

David Nelson Dillehunt (born April 5, 1984 in Charlottesville, Virginia) is an American film director, television producer and composer. He is most known as director and co-writer of the official You Can't Do That on Television reunion episode, Project 131. Other notable works include the 1998 television series, Defying Belief, his 2004 documentary, You Can't Do That on Film, and the 2008 feature-length comedy, Craptastic. Dillehunt has self-released six albums of original music compositions.Dillehunt also serves as Broadcast Director for the City of Charlottesville, in the Office of Communications. Since joining the department in 2005, he has overseen the production of numerous television series and civic meetings for the PEG cable stations of Charlottesville. He was nominated for a NATAS-NCCB Emmy Award in May 2013 for his work with the department.

Date Of BirthApril 5, 1984
Place Of BirthCharlottesville, Virginia, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionDirector, Editor, Producer
Star SignAries
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1When in doubt...throw food.
2Never believe you're indispensable. There's always a robot standing by.
3If you think it means what I think you think it means, then it means what I think you think it means.
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1Finishing up work on his feature-length documentary "You Can't Do That On Film," about the cult-classic show "You Can't Do That On Television." The film is slated to be released in 2005. [August 2004]
2Completed his feature-length documentary "You Can't Do That On Film," about the cult-classic show "You Can't Do That On Television." Featuring several of the original cast and crew members, the film is slated to be released in 2005. [September 2004]
3Shares a birthday with the late Gregory Peck, Bette Davis and Spencer Tracy.
4Wrote, produced, edited and directed an episode of "You Can't Do That On Television" in 2004. The program, entitled "Project 131," was the first new episode produced in more than 14 years. Starring five of the original cast members, Vanessa Lindores, Marjorie Silcoff, Brodie Osome, Alasdair Gillis and Justin Cammy, it featured the "worst" clips from the past and some new scenes as well. The episode was the final production ever made in Studio D at CJOH-TV in Ottawa, Canada.
5Completed his first film at age 7.
6Served as an affiliate for SlimeCon 2002, the "You Can't Do That On Television" cast reunion and fan convention. He also served as the official videographer for SlimeCon 2004.
7Received honorable mention from the 2004 Videographer Awards in the low-budget video category, for his debut feature film "Eviternity."
8Founded his own production company, DND Films, at age 14. He incorporated the business at age 18.

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016producer
Turn Off Your Mind2015Documentary producer
Craptastic Number Two2014producer
No One Knows You2013producer
Velvet Rut2012producer
We Are Astronomers2011Documentary producer
Paper Shoes2010producer
At the Bottom2009producer
Craptastic2008producer
Enemies of Love2007producer
Slapjack2006producer
Double Dare: 20 Years and Still Making a Mess2006Video documentary short producer
One Shot2005/IIproducer
SlimeCon 20042004TV Movie producer
You Can't Do That on Film2004Documentary producer
Eviternity2003producer
SlimeCon2002TV Special producer

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016
Turn Off Your Mind2015Documentary
Craptastic Number Two2014
No One Knows You2013
Velvet Rut2012
We Are Astronomers2011Documentary
Paper Shoes2010
At the Bottom2009
Craptastic2008
Smoke Screen2007
Slapjack2006
One Shot2005/II
SlimeCon 20042004TV Movie video director
You Can't Do That on Film2004Documentary
Eviternity2003
SlimeCon2002TV Special video director

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016
Turn Off Your Mind2015Documentary
Craptastic Number Two2014
No One Knows You2013
Velvet Rut2012
We Are Astronomers2011Documentary edited by
Paper Shoes2010
At the Bottom2009
Craptastic2008
Smoke Screen2007
Enemies of Love2007
Slapjack2006
Double Dare: 20 Years and Still Making a Mess2006Video documentary short
You Can't Do That on Film2004Documentary
Eviternity2003edited by

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016writer
Craptastic Number Two2014writer
Velvet Rut2012story / writer
Paper Shoes2010story
At the Bottom2009story
Craptastic2008written by
Slapjack2006story / writer
One Shot2005/IIstory
You Can't Do That on Film2004Documentary
Eviternity2003written by

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016
No One Knows You2013filmed by
We Are Astronomers2011Documentary filmed by
At the Bottom2009
Craptastic2008filmed by
Smoke Screen2007
Enemies of Love2007
One Shot2005/II
SlimeCon 20042004TV Movie
Eviternity2003

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016Silent Man, Voice on the Phone, Doctor
Craptastic Number Two2014Various
Velvet Rut2012Tony
Paper Shoes2010Zack
Craptastic2008Various
Slapjack2006Monday Maxwell

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oubliette2016
Turn Off Your Mind2015Documentary
Velvet Rut2012
One Shot2005/II
You Can't Do That on Film2004Documentary

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Velvet Rut2012performer: "Madness" / producer: "Madness", "Belway Lives", "Release"

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
SlimeCon2002TV Special affiliate relations

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
You Can't Do That on Film2004DocumentaryHost / Narrator

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2004Honorable MentionVideographer AwardsLow BudgetEviternity (2003)

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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