|Born||Jesse John Bochco|
|Occupation||Television director and producer|
|Years active||1982 (as an actor),
|Spouse(s)||Kate Danson (2009–present)|
In 1982, Bochco had his first and only acting role as Frank Furillo, Jr. on the series Hill Street Blues, produced by his father. Playing the son of Fay Furillo, Barbara Bosson's character.
Bochco began his behind-the-camera career as an associate producer on his father's television series Philly (2001–2002) starring Kim Delaney. He made his directorial debut on that series with the episode "Tall Tales" in 2002. He went on to direct episodes of NYPD Blue, Over There, Commander in Chief and Raising the Bar, all produced by his father. His other television directing credits include Dirt, Lincoln Heights, Standoff, John from Cincinnati, The Closer, Prison Break, Nip/Tuck, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Dallas.
- Jesse Bocho credits, Yahoo! TV
- "Ted Danson Says Comedy Is Harder Than Drama | HairBoutique.com Blog". Blogs.hairboutique.com. 2009-02-01. Retrieved 2012-06-15.