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Monty de Graff worked in the editorial department of Star Trek: The Next Generation on episodes such as "The Outrageous Okona". He received credit as editor on the second season episode "Q Who". His name also appeared in an okudagram reference, where he was listed as a noted comedian in the previous mentioned episode.

De Graff worked as assistant editor on the television series Melrose Place (1992-1993) and Go West (1994). As editor, his credits include the television drama Boy Meets Girl (1993, directed by Kevin Rodney Sullivan), the television series New York Undercover (1994), Law & Order (1995-1999), City of Angels (2000), and Soul Food (2000, starring Vanessa Williams), the horror comedy Dead Lawyers (2004, with F. Murray Abraham), the television comedy 52 Fights (2006), the television drama I'm Paige Wilson (2007), and the television series Carnivàle (2005), Revelations (2005), In Justice (2006), Hidden Palms (2007, with Sharon Lawrence), Eli Stone (2008), and Harper's Island (2009).

Beside his work as editor on the television series Soul Food, he also worked as co-producer and director on it.

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