Phil Ramuno

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Phil Ramuno
Occupation Television director
Years active 1973–present

Phil Ramuno is American television director. During the early years of his career he worked as a stage manager on the sitcoms Fish, Benson and Soap. His credits as a director include Too Close for Comfort, Gimme a Break!, Amen, 9 to 5, Throb, Charles in Charge, Sister Kate and Grace Under Fire.[1]

In 2006, he along with fellow television director Mary Lou Belli wrote the book The Sitcom Career Book with foreword by actor Henry Winkler.[2]


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