Jeff Woolnough is a television and movie director, with an active career beginning in the early 1990s. Woolnough has won numerous awards and directed multiple episodes of a variety of highly rated series, including:
- "Saving Hope"
- "Battlestar Galactica"
- "Being Erica" (winner Best TV Series)
- "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"
- "Las Vegas"
- "Taken" (a.k.a. "Steven Spielberg Presents Taken")
- "Dark Angel"
- "Dead Like Me"
- "The Outer Limits" (Modern Series)
His long form television work has included the four hour miniseries, Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story (winner Best TV Movie/Miniseries) and "Wrath Of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story Part 2" and the made-for-TV films Jack (2013 film) (a biopic of Jack Layton (winner Best TV Movie/Miniseries) and Céline (a biopic of Céline Dion).
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