Leo Scherman is a Canadian filmmaker. Scherman graduated in 1993 from McGill University in Montreal, Canada with a degree in Cultural Studies. He trained as an assistant director under, among others, Paul Schrader and David Cronenberg. He has directed two feature films, "White Knuckles" (2004) and "Never Forget" (2007) and co-wrote the feature film "Living Death" (2006). He created, produced, wrote and performed on the Gemini award-winning TV series "Cock'd Gunns" and has directed multiple episodes of "Howie Do It" and "Scare Tactics". Leo Scherman lives in Toronto, Canada.