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David Lee Madison was born in the summer of 1970,and grew up in Middle Village Queens, where he developed a passion for playing baseball, and watching films. Dave was first exposed to film making after being an extra in James Lemmo’s “Heart” (1987) a film starring the late Brad Davis (Midnight Express) and Steve Buscemi (The Soprano’s). The Several days shoot in Ridgewood Queens exposed Dave to the Exciting world of filmmaking. He also became quite a good baseball player, being named an All-Star for several area little league teams, and later became a star player for his High School team, the prestigious LaSalle Academy in Manhattan, New York. After being hit buy a car in 1989; Dave’s knee’s betrayed him, and he went on to play Varsity Baseball at Queens College. After a very productive freshman season at Queens, Dave decided to hang up his cleats for good. While at Queens, Dave started to develop his passion as a filmmaker. He joined the student run television station WNEI in 1989, and served as the anchor man on the College News Program for two seasons. Two amateur films Directed by Dave were cult classics on campus “The End of The Night” (1990), and “The Curse of The Niax” (1988), found heavy rotation on the station. After College Dave married his college sweetheart, and turned his attention to Corporate Security to “pay the bills”. From 1994 to 2006 Dave held the following positions, Site Security Manager Kraft Foods, Site Security Director Celanese North America, and Site Security Chief for Celgene

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