Known for movies
John Dayal is an Indian journalist, human rights activist and writer. He is a member of the National Integration Council and the National Commission for Minorities. He is also the Secretary General of the All India Christian Council.
Dayal was born on July 4, 1950 in Kerala, India. His father was a government employee and his mother was a homemaker. He has two brothers and one sister. He received his early education from Kerala and later studied at the Delhi School of Journalism.
Dayal began his career as a journalist with The Times of India in 1974. He has also worked with The Hindu, The Indian Express and The Statesman. He has written columns for several newspapers and magazines. He has also authored several books, including ‘The Future of India’ and ‘The Politics of Secularism’.
Dayal has been actively involved in human rights and minority rights issues. He has also worked for the upliftment of Dalits and tribals. He has been a vocal critic of the caste system in India.
Dayal has received several awards and recognitions for his work, including the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2006.
He is married to Sushma Dayal and has two daughters.
|Full Name||John Dayal|
|Profession||Journalist, Civil rights activist|
|Education||St. Stephen's College, Delhi|
|The Edge of Seventeen||2016||location manager|
|The BFG||2016||location manager|
|Minority Report||2015||TV Series location manager - 4 episodes|
|Into the Forest||2015||location manager|
|Seventh Son||2014/I||assistant location manager|
|Arctic Air||TV Series assistant location manager - 15 episodes, 2013 - 2014 location manager - 12 episodes, 2014 locations scout - 1 episode, 2013|
|RoboCop||2014||assistant location manager: additional photography|
|Man of Steel||2013||location scout - uncredited|
|Beauty Mark||2013||Short location manager|
|Monster||2012/I||Short location manager|
|Sucker Punch||2011||location manager|
|Red Riding Hood||2011||location manager|
|Tron: Legacy||2010||key assistant location manager|
|Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian||2009||location manager|
|Watchmen||2009||assistant location manager|
|Elegy||2008/I||assistant location manager|
|Shooter||2007/I||assistant location manager|
|Catch and Release||2006/II||assistant location manager|
|Littleman||2006||assistant location manager|
|Eight Below||2006||assistant location manager - uncredited|
|The Exorcism of Emily Rose||2005||assistant location manager|
|I, Robot||2004||assistant location manager|
|Barely Legal||2003||trainee assistant location manager|
|X2||2003||trainee assistant location manager|
|Cats & Dogs||2001||trainee assistant location manager|
|Da Vinci's Inquest||1998||TV Series assistant location manager|
|Death Note||2017||location manager post-production|
|Friends You'd Kill For||2015||locations consultant|
|Lunch with Charles||2001||production assistant|
|Drive, She Said||1997||volunteer|
|The Unseen||2016/I||production manager|
|Monster||2012/I||Short special thanks|
|Under the Hood||2009||Video short special thanks|
|2005||DGC Team Award||Directors Guild of Canada||Outstanding Team Achievement in a Television Series - Drama||Da Vinci's Inquest (1998)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia