Charles Breiner is an award winning filmmaker based in Los Angeles.

He currently works as an editor on the third season of the emmy nominated Comedy Central Series "Drunk History".

Previously he worked on the Comedy Central Series "Big Time in Hollywood, FL", FX's "Legit" and Showtime's "Larry Wilmore's Race Sex and Religion in Utah," Comedy Central's stand-up sketch comedy series "Mash Up", and the U.S. adaptation of "Super City" for ABC.

He has written, directed and edited numerous short films including "Wedding Night,” "Laid Off," "Art Sale," and "Ocean's apart." In 2008 he collaborated with the Grand Rapids historical society writing and directing the award winning documentary "Changing Winds," which aired on PBS.

He is a 2009 graduate from Calvin College, where he majored in Media Production.

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