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Nick Lyon

Nick Lyon
Born Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Occupation Director, producer

Nick Lyon is a Los Angeles-based film director and screenwriter. A native of Portland, Oregon, he spent 9 years in Germany where he attended the renowned Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg, Germany.[1]

In Germany, Lyon went on to direct Academy Award winner Maximilian Schell, in I Love You, Baby, a thriller produced by Warner Bros.. Lyon has since directed numerous international films and award winning independent films. Lyon is the winner of the DGA Directors Award at Moondance, for his independent film Punk Love. His credits include Grendel and Annihilation Earth for NBC/Universal, Species: the Awakening for MGM and North Sea for RTL Germany.

See also


  1. ^ The New York Times

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