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Get set for a master class in motion picture development and directing when Event Horizon hosts Gene Turnbow and Susan Fox welcome the return of Producer, Director, Actor and storyboard artist Neil D’Monte.

Tune in today at 4pm PT / 7 PM ET, exclusively on SCIFI.radio.


NEIL D’MONTE was born and raised in Chicago. A graduate of USC, Neil started out as an actor, but soon made the transition to storyboard artists, director and producer. As a much sought-after Storyboard Artist, Neil has been involved with such blockbuster movies as Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, Jurassic World, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Den of Thieves and Rambo: Last Blood.  Most recently, he was the Storyboard Artist for the award-winning movie Palm Springs starring Adam Sandler and Chrisin Milioti. and Unbreakable Boy starring Zachary Levi.

In addition to his numerous upcoming projects as a Storyboard Artist, Neil is also Producer and Head of Development with Robots of Awesome on the Sony Pictures lot. Avid listeners of The Event Horizon will remember that he’s been a guest twice for his comic book, Clan of the Veinit has now been announced that he will be the Producer for the film version of this comic book!

An accomplished musician/drummer, Neil has toured and recorded with guitarist Peter Distefanmo (Porno for Pyros/Lance Herbstrong/Satellite Party) and James Iha (Smashing Pumpkins). Outside of work, Neil is a humanitarian who donates his time helping terminally-ill children as a spokesperson with St. Baldrick’s Children’s Cancer Foundation and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA)

Neil D’Monte/Clan of the Vein Instagram // Neil D’Monte IMDb


The show airs again tomorrow (Sunday August 1) at 4pm PT / 7 pm ET, then twice more on Thursday August 5 at 4am PT / 7am ET, and Saturday August 7 at 4 am PT / 7 am ET.

The Event Horizon on SCIFI.radio – it’s Sci-Fi for your Wi-Fi.

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