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Born: September 14, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Director ...
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Worked in the advertising department of United Artists
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Partnered in the successful movie trailer company Kanew-Manger-Deutch
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Directed productions for the Ensemble Studio Theater in NYC
1986:
Made feature directing debut with the John Hughes scripted, "Pretty in Pink"
1987:
Directed future wife, Lea Thompson in "Some Kind of Wonderful"; second collaborated with John Hughes (wrote and produced)
1988:
Third collaboration with John Hughes (scripted), directing Dan Aykroyd and John Candy in "The Great Outdoors"
1989:
TV series directorial debut, the "Only Sin Deep" episode of the HBO series, "Tales from the Crypt"; co-starred Lea Thompson
1992:
Directed the ensemble feature about doctors working in a severely underfunded veterans' hospital, "Article 99"; also starred Thompson
1992:
Directed the pilot episode of the popular FOX series, "Melrose Place"
1995:
Directed episodes of wife's sitcom "Caroline in the City" (NBC)
1995:
Helmed the sequel "Grumpier Old Men," co-starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau
1998:
Directed Matthau and Lemmon in their final film together, "The Odd Couple II"
2000:
Directed the football comedy "The Replacements," co-starring Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman
2002:
Directed Julia Louis-Dreyfus in the NBC sitcom "Watching Ellie"
2004:
Helmed the sequel, "The Whole Ten Yards," starring Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry and Amanda Peet
2008:
Directed Dane Cook and Kate Hudson in the comedy "My Best Friend's Girl"

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