Kevin Mukherji

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1962 Calcutta, India
5' 11" (1.80 m)
Kevin Mukherji was born in Calcutta, India but grew up in the Chicagoland area. Mukherji was entertaining the neighborhood kids with his hand drawn cartoon short movies by the age of seven, and made over fifty short super 8 and video movies before the age of fourteen. Mukherji made his first broadcast documentary about antique cars at the age of sixteen called Car Fever. Mukherji graduated from Von Steuben High School in three years and then received a master degree in filmmaking from Northern Illinois University. He studied acting at Second City and Victory Gardens in Chicago. Mukherji is delighted to work alongside a variety of noted actors and directors in his career. Among those actors were Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's The Terminal, Ashley Judd and Luke Perry in John McNaughton's Normal Life, Albert Brooks in Looking For Comedy In The Muslim World, C. Thomas Howell in The Hillside Strangler, and Tommy Lee Jones in U.S. Marshals. Mukherji directed the feature psychological drama Death And Taxis, and the feature documentary American Storytellers with John McNaughton, Harold Ramis, John Sayles and Forest Whitaker. His television credits include Without A Trace and Arrested Development among others.Kevin Mukherji is the founder of Magnum Independent Pictures, a film production and distribution company.
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