The Vancouver Observer gets Heganized
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.