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Sudz Sutherland

David Sutherland
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Film director and screenwriter
Known for Doomstown
Love, Sex and Eating the Bones
Guns

David "Sudz" Sutherland is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. His credits include the films Doomstown, Love, Sex and Eating the Bones, Guns, Speakers for the Dead and Home Again, as well as episodes of Da Kink in My Hair, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Wild Roses, Jozi-H and most recently Reign. He was one of the creators of the forthcoming Canadian television sitcom She's the Mayor, scheduled to debut in 2011.[1]

Sutherland was also profiled on an episode of HGTV's series Neat, in which professional organizer Hellen Buttigieg reorganized and decluttered his office.

He is married to screenwriter and producer Jennifer Holness, his partner in Hungry Eyes Film & Television.[2]

References

  1. ^ "She's the Mayor finds laughs in Hamilton". Hamilton Spectator, April 16, 2010.
  2. ^ "At Home with Jennifer Holness & Sudz Sutherland". Sway, April 8, 2011.

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