Clark Mathis

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Clark Mathis
Other names J. Clark Mathis
Occupation Cinematographer, television director
Years active 1997–present

Clark Mathis (sometimes credited as J. Clark Mathis) is an American cinematographer and television director.

As a cinematographer, he photographed a number of notable films. His credits include the Disney Channel original film Gotta Kick It Up! (2002), In the Mix (2005), Rocky Balboa (2007) and Brian Robbins-directed films The Perfect Score (2004), Norbit (2007), Meet Dave (2008) and A Thousand Words (2012), the latter three films starring Eddie Murphy.[1] He also photographed for the television series Cousin Skeeter, The Fugitive, Birds of Prey and Love Bites.

He made his directorial debut with the film Bereft (2004), co-directing with actor Tim Daly. Since then he primarily directed television, directing episodes of The Comeback, One Tree Hill, Blue Mountain State, Supah Ninjas and Grimm.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Clark Mathis Movies & TV". The New York Times. Retrieved December 12, 2011. 

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