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Leslie Keel

Leslie Keel born Leslie Grace Keel (September 1, 1974) has worked as production designer on numerous independent films such as May, April's Shower, and Dead Birds, and in the art departments of many others, including The Rat Pack and My Father's House. She was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of actor/singer Howard Keel and his wife, Judy Magamoll Keel. Years of traveling around the world with her parents inspired a love of art, and she graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Fine Arts.

Leslie has two half sisters; artist Kaija Keel and Kirstine Keel Hales, and a half brother; Gunnar Keel. She is the aunt of Mico Olmos and Bodie Olmos.

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Leslie Keel at the Internet Movie Database

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