A LOCATION manager who has worked on a host of blockbuster films killed a gran while driving drunk and high on cocaine.
Umberto Schramm, 37, was at least twice the limit when he hit Frances Filby’s car head on.
Schramm, whose credits include Wonder Woman, Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, told cops he had drunk booze that morning.
He had also been drinking the night before and had binged on cocaine.
German-born Schramm was on the wrong side of the road before the crash in Godalming, Surrey, in May 2019.
It forced Mrs Filby’s Ford Fiesta against a verge and flipped his Mitsubishi Outlander on its side.
Mrs Filby, 70, who had seven grandkids, died 24 hours later.
Kingston crown court heard Schramm had a previous drink-drive ban.
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Schramm, of Wembley, North London, admitted causing death by dangerous driving.
He was jailed for six years and banned from driving for seven years.
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