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Don Scardino

Don Scardino

Known For: Directing · Birthday: 1949-02-17 · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: New York City - New York - USA

16 Movies · 32 TV shows

Also Known As: Donald Joseph Scardino

Biography

Don Scardino (born February 17, 1949) is an American television director and producer and a former actor.

Career

Acting. Scardino was born in New York City, to jazz musician parents. His first Broadway credit was as an understudy in The Playroom in 1965. Additional Broadway acting credits include Johnny No-Trump, Godspell, and King of Hearts. Off-Broadway he appeared in The Rimers of Eldritch, The Comedy of Errors, Moonchildren, and I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road, he was also the lead in a B horror movie titled Squirm in 1976. He additionally starred in several episodes of the CBS Radio Mystery Theater, which ran from 1974 to 1982. In addition, he served as artistic director at Playwrights Horizons from 1991 to 1996. On television he appeared on the daytime soap operas The Guiding Light, All My Children, Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, and Another World and the primetime series The Ghost & Mrs. Muir and The Name of the Game. Feature film credits include The People Next Door, Rip-Off, Homer, Squirm, Cruising and He Knows You're Alone. Directing. Following his acting on the network soap operas, Scardino began to direct them. He directed episodes of Another World, One Life to Live, and All My Children. He went on to direct plays on and off-Broadway, including the world premiere of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men. He has directed extensively in television, most notably Tracey Takes On... and 30 Rock. Feature film directing work includes Me and Veronica (Venice Film Festival), and Advice from a Caterpillar, winner, best comedy, at Aspen Comedy Festival. He directed the 2013 film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, starring Jim Carrey and Steve Carell.

Movies & TV shows

2018.

4 TV shows

2017.

1 TV show

2016.

1 TV show

2015.

2 TV shows

2013.

2 Movies

2012.

1 TV show

2011.

1 TV show

2009.

1 TV show

2008.

1 TV show

2007.

2 Movies · 1 TV show

2006.

1 TV show

2004.

1 TV show

2003.

1 TV show

2002.

1 TV show

2001.

3 TV shows

2000.

2 TV shows

1999.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

1998.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

1997.

1 TV show

1996.

3 TV shows

1995.

1 TV show

1993.

2 Movies · 1 TV show

1990.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

1987.

1 TV show

1981.

1 Movie

1980.

2 Movies

1976.

1 Movie

1971.

1 Movie

1970.

2 Movies
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