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Also Known As: George Cooper Stevens Jr. Died:
Born: April 3, 1932 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: executive, assistant director, producer, director

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With deep wells of talent, George Stevens Jr. was able to earn an Emmy for his outstanding work in television. Working in the film industry, Stevens earned a production credit on "John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Days of Drums" (1966), the documentary "Directed By John Ford" (1971) with John Ford and "America at the Movies" (1976). In the eighties, Stevens devoted his time to various credits, such as "The American Film Institute Salute to Barbara Stanwyck" (ABC, 1986-87), "The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon" (CBS, 1987-88) and "The Murder of Mary Phagan" (1987-88). He also worked on "Everybody's All American" (1988). Stevens was nominated for a Special Classification of Outstanding Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The American Film Institute Salute to Orson Welles" in 1975. Stevens won a Special Classification of Outstanding Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney" in 1975 as well as an Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts" in 1986. Stevens most recently produced "The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors" (CBS, 2014-15). ...

With deep wells of talent, George Stevens Jr. was able to earn an Emmy for his outstanding work in television. Working in the film industry, Stevens earned a production credit on "John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Days of Drums" (1966), the documentary "Directed By John Ford" (1971) with John Ford and "America at the Movies" (1976). In the eighties, Stevens devoted his time to various credits, such as "The American Film Institute Salute to Barbara Stanwyck" (ABC, 1986-87), "The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon" (CBS, 1987-88) and "The Murder of Mary Phagan" (1987-88). He also worked on "Everybody's All American" (1988). Stevens was nominated for a Special Classification of Outstanding Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The American Film Institute Salute to Orson Welles" in 1975. Stevens won a Special Classification of Outstanding Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney" in 1975 as well as an Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program Primetime Emmy Award for "The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts" in 1986. Stevens most recently produced "The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors" (CBS, 2014-15).

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wife:
Elizabeth Stevens.

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father:
George Stevens. Director. Born in 1904; died in 1975; directed films like "A Place in the Sun" and "Giant".

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