Don Kent

Don Kent



Don Kent is an American film director and producer. He is best known for his work on the 2002 film, The Hours.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1972, Don Kent grew up in a creative family. His father was an artist and his mother was a schoolteacher. He was exposed to different types of art and film from a young age, and it inspired him to pursue a career in the film industry.

He attended the University of Georgia, where he studied film and media. He graduated with a degree in film and television production in 1996. After college, he moved to Los Angeles to begin his career.

His first job was working as an assistant director on music videos. He worked his way up the ladder, eventually becoming a director for a number of television shows and music videos.

In 2002, he made his feature film debut with The Hours. The film was a critical success and garnered multiple Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. Don was nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award for his work on the film.

Since then, Don has directed a number of films and television shows, including the television miniseries, Carnivàle, which was nominated for three Emmys. He has also directed episodes of popular shows such as Lost, The Walking Dead, and House.

Don has also produced a number of films, including Chasing Liberty, The Astronaut Farmer, and The Last Exorcism.

Don is an avid traveler and enjoys spending time in nature. He also loves to cook and is an avid reader.

Don Kent is an extremely talented director and producer. His work has been recognized by both critics and audiences alike. He is a master storyteller who has the ability to bring stories to life on the big screen.

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