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Daniel Sackheim is the son of prolific Emmy-winning TV producer William Sackheim. En route to following in his father's footsteps, Daniel began his career in television in postproduction. In 1980, he earned his first film credit as an apprentice editor on "Seems Like Old Times," a Neil Simon romantic comedy that co-starred Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn. After a string of assistant editor jobs, Daniel switched over to production in 1985 as an associate producer on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," an anthology series that focused on the macabre. From there he went on to serve as associate producer on the hit action series "Miami Vice." In 1989, he stepped up to co-producer on the short-lived adventure series "Gideon Oliver," and by 1990 he was a producer on "Law & Order." His work on the latter earned him his first Emmy nomination in 1992. He'd go on to win the award in 1994 for his work on "NYPD Blue." In a career that has already spanned 30 years, Daniel has worked on a number of acclaimed series, including: "Millennium," "The X-Files," "Judging Amy," and the show that earned him his third Emmy nomination as well as a PGA Award nod, "House M.D." He's also served as a director on a number of these series. ...

Daniel Sackheim is the son of prolific Emmy-winning TV producer William Sackheim. En route to following in his father's footsteps, Daniel began his career in television in postproduction. In 1980, he earned his first film credit as an apprentice editor on "Seems Like Old Times," a Neil Simon romantic comedy that co-starred Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn. After a string of assistant editor jobs, Daniel switched over to production in 1985 as an associate producer on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," an anthology series that focused on the macabre. From there he went on to serve as associate producer on the hit action series "Miami Vice." In 1989, he stepped up to co-producer on the short-lived adventure series "Gideon Oliver," and by 1990 he was a producer on "Law & Order." His work on the latter earned him his first Emmy nomination in 1992. He'd go on to win the award in 1994 for his work on "NYPD Blue." In a career that has already spanned 30 years, Daniel has worked on a number of acclaimed series, including: "Millennium," "The X-Files," "Judging Amy," and the show that earned him his third Emmy nomination as well as a PGA Award nod, "House M.D." He's also served as a director on a number of these series.

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  Homeland Security (2004) Director
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  Glass House, The (2001) Director
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  Grand Avenue (1996) Director
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  Lottery, The (1996) Director
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  In The Shadow Of Evil (1995) Director

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