Daryl Duke graduated from the University of British Columbia and began his career as a film editor, writer and director for the National Film Board of Canada. His career includes work in feature films, documentary, television drama and TV specials. He has worked for both the CBC and CTV networks in Canada, the three major U.S. networks, and most of the major studios in Hollywood. In 2000, Daryl Duke was inducted into the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ Hall of Fame. He died of pulmonary fibrosis.
Features & TV Movies: VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
Children of the Lotus Eater (TV-1970) Payday (1972) The President is Missing (TV-1973) I Heard the Owl Call My Name (TV-1973) A Cry for Help (TV-1975)