Rodman Flender

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Rodman Flender
Born June 6, 1962
New York City, New York
Spouse(s) Amy Lippman[1]

Rodman Flender (born June 6, 1962) is an American actor, writer, director and producer.

Life and career[edit]

Flender was born in New York City, New York, the son of Enid (Rodman) and Harold Flender, a writer and screenwriter.[2] His nephew (sister's son) is actor Timothée Chalamet.[3]

Flender's directing credits include the feature films The Unborn, Leprechaun 2, Idle Hands and the documentary Let Them Eat Rock as well as episodes of many television shows, including The Office, Ugly Betty, The O.C., Dawson's Creek, Tales from the Crypt and Gilmore Girls. Flender's writing credits include Tales from the Crypt, Roger Corman's Dracula Rising and In The Heat of Passion. As an actor, he appeared in the Broadway production of Zalmen, Or The Madness of God, the PBS mini-series The Adams Chronicles and the film Beethoven's 5th. His producing credits include the television series My Guide To Becoming A Rock Star and the films Streets and Full Fathom Five.

Following the 2010 Tonight Show conflict, Flender joined Conan O'Brien (whom he knew since their days at Harvard) on the road, as part of the Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour, and documented the ongoings behind-the-scenes, onstage and between shows. The documentary, titled Conan O'Brien Can't Stop, was released in select theatres on June 24, 2011.

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