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Dylan Kidd is an American screenwriter, producer and director. He directed the 2002 film Rodger Dodger, starring Campbell Scott and Jesse Eisenberg, which was very well received by critics despite its lack of box office success and won best feature at the Tribeca Film Festival. He directed the film P.S. in 2004. Despite receiving mixed reviews by critics, the film was nominated for Best Picture at the Mar del Plata Film Festival and the performances by Laura Linney and Topher Grace were well received. He wrote and directed a pilot episode for a show called Peep Show, on Spike. The show was cancelled in 2009.
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