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Jeannot Szwarc

Jeannot Szwarc
Born (1939-11-21) November 21, 1939 (age 74)
Paris, France
Other names Jean Szwarc
Occupation Film director, television director
Years active 1968–present

Jeannot Szwarc (born November 21, 1939) is a French-American director of film and television. He has also produced and written for TV.

Life and career

Szwarc was born in Paris. He began working as a director in American television during the 1960s, in particular on Ironside. He has also directed episodes of The Rockford Files, Kojak, Night Gallery, JAG, Bones, Numbers, Columbo, Heroes, and dozens of other series.[1]

His feature films include Bug (1975), Jaws 2 (1978), Somewhere in Time (1980), Supergirl (1984) and Santa Claus: The Movie (1985). Since then, he has mainly directed television films and series.[2]

In 2003, Szwarc joined the crew of The WB/CW television series Smallville as a director. One of the major episodes he directed was "Homecoming", the 200th episode of the series.

Szwarc co-directed, with Miguel Sapochnik, the fifth and final season premiere of the Fox science-fiction/crime series Fringe. He has directed multiple other episodes of the series throughout its run.

He is a graduate of Harvard University.[1]

Selected filmography

Feature films

Television films

  • 1972 - Night of Terror
  • 1972 - The Weekend Nun
  • 1973 - The Devil's Daughter
  • 1973 - You'll Never See Me Again
  • 1973 - Lisa, Bright and Dark
  • 1973 - A Summer Without Boys
  • 1974 - The Small Miracle
  • 1975 - Something Wonderful Happens Every Spring
  • 1975 - Crime Club
  • 1977 - Code Name: Diamond Head
  • 1986 - The Murders in the Rue Morgue
  • 1990 - Have a Nice Night
  • 1991 - Mountain of Diamonds
  • 1995 - Schrecklicher Verdacht
  • 1995 - The Rockford Files: A Blessing in Disguise
  • 1996 - The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits...

Television series

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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