Don Roy King

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Don Roy King is the director of Saturday Night Live, having assumed the role in 2006.[1] His other directing work includes Survivor (including the live Survivor finales on CBS), The Early Show, and The Mike Douglas Show. He has directed morning shows at CBS and ABC.[2]

He has directed all four Direct from Broadway musicals captured on film by Broadway Worldwide, most recently Memphis in 2010.

Career[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Recognition[edit]

Awards & nominations[edit]

  • 1976, nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Director for The Mike Douglas Show
  • 1977, won Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Director for The Mike Douglas Show
  • 1978, nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Director for The Mike Douglas Show
  • 1979, nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Director for America Alive!
  • 1981, nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming for Kids Are People Too
  • 2007, nominated for DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Program for Saturday Night Live
  • 2007, nominated for Emmy Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Program for Saturday Night Live
  • 2008, nominated for Emmy Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Program for Saturday Night Live
  • 2009, nominated for Emmy Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Program for Saturday Night Live
  • 2009, nominated for DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Series for Saturday Night Live
  • 2010, won Emmy Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Series for Saturday Night Live[3]
  • 2010, nominated for DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety Program for Saturday Night Live
  • 2013, won Emmy Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety Series for Saturday Night Live

References[edit]

  1. ^ "> Saturday Night Live". NBC.com. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 
  2. ^ Carter, Bill (2006-09-21). "Bowing to Budget Cuts at NBC, ‘Saturday Night Live’ Pares Five Performers". The New York Times. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 
  3. ^ Fienberg, Daniel (2010-08-21). "The Pacific, Betty White, Neil Patrick Harris win Creative Arts Emmys". Hitfix.com. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 

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Preceded by
Beth McCarthy-Miller
Saturday Night Live director
2006–present
Succeeded by
None