Kim Friedman

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Kim Friedman
Occupation Television director and producer
Years active 1977–2001

Kim Friedman is an American television director and producer.

Friedman's career began in 1977, directing episodes of the sitcom, Alice she then moved on to directing episodes of Family, Knots Landing, Square Pegs, The Love Boat, Dynasty, A Different World, Head of the Class, Beverly Hills, 90210, Babylon 5, the Star Trek series, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and among other television series.

In 1988, Friedman was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award directing L.A. Law episode, "Handroll Express".[1]


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