Adam Davidson (director)

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Adam Davidson
Born (1964-08-13) August 13, 1964 (age 49)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Television and film director; actor
Years active 1989–present

Adam Davidson born 1964 in Los Angeles is an American actor and television director. Davidson has appeared in the following films, The Day Trippers, A Match Made in Heaven, Návrat ztraceného ráje (aka Return to Paradise Lost), Way Past Cool, Nature Boy and Pop Life. In addition to acting, Davidson has also directed for several television programs which include: Community, Lost, Deadwood, Grey's Anatomy, Six Feet Under and Fringe. He is the son of acclaimed American theatre producer and director Gordon Davidson.

His debut film as a director, The Lunch Date, won the Academy Award for Best Short Subject[1] and the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival.[2]

Davidson is a 1991 graduate of the Columbia University School of the Arts.[3]

Director filmography[edit]

  • Turn (2014) TV series
    • episode 1.04 "Eternity How Long"
  • Rake (2014) TV series
    • episode 1.06 "Jury Tamperer"
  • Treme (2011) TV series
    • episode 2.09 "What is New Orleans?"[4]
  • Fringe (2010) TV series
  • United States of Tara (2010) TV Series
    • episode "The Truth Hurts"
    • episode "You Becoming You"
  • Big Love (3 episodes, 2007–2010)
    • Strange Bedfellows (2010) TV episode
    • Fight or Flight (2009) TV episode
    • Rock and a Hard Place (2007) TV episode
  • Community (4 episodes, 2009–2010)
  • True Blood (1 episode, 2009)
    • New World in My View (2009) TV episode
  • Lie to Me (3 episodes, 2009)
    • Sacrifice (2009) TV episode
    • Depraved Heart (2009) TV episode
    • Moral Waiver (2009) TV episode
  • Kings (1 episode, 2009)
    • Insurrection (2009) TV episode
  • The Ex List (1 episode, 2008)
    • Climb Every Mountain Biker (2008) TV episode
  • Saving Grace (1 episode, 2008)
    • A Little Hometown Love (2008) TV episode
  • Shark (6 episodes, 2007–2008)
    • Wayne's World 3: Killer Shark (2008) TV episode
    • Bar Fight (2008) TV episode
    • In Absentia (2007) TV episode
    • Gangster Movies (2007) TV episode
    • Wayne's World 2: Revenge of the Shark (2007) TV episode
    • Starlet Fever (2007) TV episode
  • John from Cincinnati (1 episode, 2007)
    • His Visit: Day Eight (2007) TV episode
  • Rome (2005) TV Series
  • For Norman... Wherever You Are (2005)
  • Grey's Anatomy (2005) TV Series
    • episode 1.04 "No Mans Land"
    • episode 2.03 "Make Me Lose Control"
    • episode 2.07 "Something to Talk About"
    • episode 2.14 "Tell Me Sweet Little Lies"
  • Life As We Know It (2004) TV Series
  • Deadwood (2004) TV series
    • episode 3.09 "Amateur Night"[5]
  • Lost (2005) TV Series
    • episode 2.06 Abandoned
  • LAX (2004) TV Series
    • episode "Credible Threat"
    • episode "Out of Control"
  • Jake 2.0 (2003) TV Series
  • Monk (2002) TV Series
  • The Agency (2001) TV Series
  • The Chronicle" (2001) TV Series
    • episode "Man and Superman"
    • episode "Only the Good Die Young"
    • episode "Tears of a Clone"
    • episode "What Gobbles Beneath"
  • Six Feet Under (2001) TV Series
    • episode 5.10 "All Alone"
  • The Invisible Man (2000) TV Series
    • episode 2.18 "The Invisible Woman"
  • Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family (2000) TV Series
  • Way Past Cool (2000)
  • Law & Order (1990) TV Series
    • episode 8.11 "Under the Influence"
  • The Lunch Date (1989)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New York Times: The Lunch Date". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-05-25. 
  2. ^ "Festival de Cannes: The Lunch Date". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-08-04. 
  3. ^ Adam Davidson Profile, Columbia University School of the Arts, Film. Retrieved February 5, 2013.
  4. ^ HBO. "Treme episode "What is New Orleans?" synopsis". Archived from the original on 23 June 2011. Retrieved June 21, 2011. 
  5. ^ Adam Davidson (8/6/2006). "Amateur Night". Deadwood. Season 3. Episode 9. HBO.

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