Milan Cheylov is a Canadian television director/producer. A professional stage actor at 15, Cheylov ran Bootleg Theatre in Toronto for ten years. He acted in theatre, television and film for almost twenty years. He started producing and directing short films and television shows in his mid-twenties. Cheylov moved to LA in 2006 to direct the Emmy-Award-winning action drama "24", among many others. He has directed over 150 episodes of television, from drama to comedy. He was Co-Executive producer on Fox TV's "Rosewood", and most recently was Co-Executive Producer on ABC's "Station 19". Cheylov is married to NY Times-bestselling author Lori Lansens. They have two children and live in Los Angeles.