Senior Development Executive
Graham leads the development of all scripted programs at Frantic. His varied experience as a writer and producer perfectly prepared him for this role. As a screenwriter, his adaptation of Jack London’s The Call of the Wild, starring Rutger Hauer and narrated by Richard Dreyfuss, received significant critical acclaim. He scripted the 2008 Lifetime TV movie, Storm Cell, which starred Mimi Rogers, adapted the Canadian novel Tracing Iris, which became Movie Central’s The Riverbank, starring Kari Matchett and wrote the recently filmed independent feature film Naked Dragon.
But Ludlow is perhaps better known as a producer including the Lions Gate/WWE Films feature The Condemned by Rob Hedden (Clockstoppers) and starring “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Vinnie Jones. He has – at one time or another – set up features at nearly every Hollywood studio, including Disney, DreamWorks, Universal and Fox. In television, he produced the highly rated CBS television movie Anya’s Bell (nominated for a Humanitas Award), which starred Della Reese. He has been an executive producer on numerous TV movies including:
- Eight Days to Live, (Lifetime/CTV) starring Kelly Rowan (The O.C.) which became the most-watched TV movie in Canadian history and was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best TV Movie.
- In God’s Country (Lifetime/CTV), the second most-watched TV movie in Canadian history that went on to be nominated for a Gemini for Best TV Movie, and won the 2008 CFTPA Indie Award for Best TV Movie.
- The Good Times Are Killing Me, (CTV) starring Rupert Graves and Kelly Rowan, and won the 2010 Gemini Award for Best TV Movie.
Ludlow was born in England, but grew up in Vancouver, B.C. and currently resides in Los Angeles.