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David Milhous’s height is 6ft 1in (1.85 m)

David Milhous is a film and television editor and one of the founding members of the American Post-Punk band Lippy’s Garden. Milhous spent a number of years editing news at CNN in Atlanta before turning to more dramatic long form storytelling.

Best Known For Movie: Larry King Live
Height: 6ft 1in (1.85 m)
Born: July 9, 1967 , Pomona, California, United States
Filmography: Crime Watch Daily (2015), Intervention (2015), Sex Sent Me to the ER (), Tricked Out Trains (2014), The Profit (2014), Untold Stories of the ER (2014), Criss Angel Believe (2013), Ain’t That America (2013), Extreme Parking (2013), When Vacations Attack (2010-2012), Close Calls (2012), Got Home Alive (2011-2012), Happily Ever Laughter (2011), Inside the Vault (2011), Ultimate Travel: Tricked Out Trailers (2011), TMZ on TV (2010), Top 20 Countdown: Most Shocking (2010), Bad Dog! (2010), My Ghost Story (2012-2013), Most Daring (2010), Untamed & Uncut (2008-2009), Pranked (2009), Rampage (2009), Against the Elements (2009), Disorderly Conduct (2008-2009), Tornado Rampage (2008), Shockwave (2007-2008), Crafters Coast to Coast (2005-2007), The Gym (2005), The Turnaround (2005), UFO Files (2004), Star Trek: Enterprise (2004), Wild Weddings (2004), Bob’s Movie (2002), Hal Buckley (2001), CNN Saturday (1998), CNN World Beat (1998), Larry King Live (1985), Headline News (1982), UFO Files (2005), Star Trek: Enterprise (2003-2004), The Making of ‘Frailty’ (2002), Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), Shockwave (2008), The Jacket (2005), Around the World in 80 Days (2004), Paycheck (2003), School of Rock (2003), Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003), Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003), The Italian Job (2003), How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), K-19: The Widowmaker (2002), The Sum of All Fears (2002), Narc (2002), The Huntleigh Files (2009), Hal Buckley (2001).
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Editor
Education: AFI Conservatory (2001), New York University (1991), University of Southern California (1989)

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