Steve Hoefer

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Steve Hoefer
Born California, United States
Occupation Television director
Former stage manager
Years active 1990–present

Steve Hoefer is American television director.

Career[edit]

Hoefer began his career in the entertainment industry as tour guide at Universal Studios Hollywood after graduating from the University of Southern California majoring in theater while also studying Film/Television, Communications and History.[1] Through a number of contacts he became a production assistant on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air than serving as a stage manager on Out All Night. He then became a part of the Boy Meets World crew, where he made his directorial debut during that show's final season in 2000.

He began working for with Dan Schneider in 2000 serving as the stage manager for The Amanda Show and All That. In 2001, he stage managed for five episodes for the sitcom So Little Time starring Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Hoefer continues to work with Schneider and directing episodes for a number of Schneider's series namely Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly and Victorious. In 2011, he directed an episode of Disney Channel's A.N.T. Farm that premiered in 2012, his first non-Dan Schneider directing job since Boy Meets World.

Hoefer is member of the Directors Guild of America.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Hoefer is married and has two sons.[1]

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