Maureen “Mo” Whelan is a former automotive gear-head turned producer, director, writer, actress, and traditional artist.

Mo has worked at several production and post-production studios in the Los Angeles area, and is currently working in Digital Media. Previously, she was in charge of film licensing and acquisitions for and was a content producer for Animation Nation, a television series that aired on MyTV New England.

In addition; she wrote, produced and directed two short films “The Suburban Count” and “A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven.” She is a producer for the feature independent horror film’s “Client 14”, and “The Divine Order.” She has acted in several independent films, appeared on television shows and was a guest interviewee in a few documentaries including; “Client 14”, “Bring Me The Head of Lance Henriksen”, “7 Deadly Sins: Inside the Ecomm Cult”, “G4 Attack of the Shows”, G4 “The Electric Playground”, KTLA News, Renners Hollywood, “Adventures in Plymptoons!”, and “Welcome to my Darkside!” She has also written several articles that have been published on-line and in print for various publications, including Girls and Corpses Magazine, and Her artwork has been featured at several art exhibits throughout the Los Angeles area.

Her second short film “A Sin That Cannot be Forgiven” was an Official Selection of the 2013 A Nightmare to Remember International Horror Film Festival and was an Official Selection of the 2012 AOF International Film Festival. Her first short film “The Suburban Count” was screened at The Bungalow Club in March 2011 and was released on Funny or Die in October 2011.


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