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The Vancouver Observer gets Heganized

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Tribeca, VIFF, Whistler, and L.A. Shorts Fest.

More than fifteen TV series as writer, director, or producer, broadcast on CTV, CBC,

TSN, The Comedy Network, CNBC/Slice, W, and Discovery.

Over twenty-five awards/nominations for my articles, scripts, and films.


My column: I write the Self Helped humour column in The National Post. The concept; to fix my

deeply flawed life. I’m following a series of self help gurus. I won’t stop until I’m



Home: I live on the west side of Toronto with my dog Kyle. But my future is a big beautiful

question mark, so I could follow my work to L.A., New York, or Vancouver.


Last home: Vancouver for seventeen years where I hosted the Celluloid Social Club for ten years.


Born: Kamloops, BC

Interests: Watching film noir and living film noir. Yelling at CNN.


WD: What are you working on right now?


KH: Writing a travel piece on Cuba for The National Post. Polishing my feature script, Action Figures, for a Toronto production company, creating a sitcom pilot with my Vancouver co-writer, and doing an obscene amount of push-ups to make up for all my post hockey beer.


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