Andrew Bernstein (director)

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Andrew Bernstein
OccupationTelevision director,
television producer
Years active1989–present
Parent(s)Judith Braun Bernstein
Walter Bernstein

Andrew Bernstein is an American television director and producer.

Biography[edit]

Bernstein is the son of Judith (née Braun) and Walter Bernstein, an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter.[1] In 2002, he directed his first film the short film Rooftop Kisses starring Allison Janney, Maura Tierney, and Anton Yelchin.[1] Prior to working in television, Bernstein worked as an assistant director on the films Little Big League (1994), 12 Monkeys (1995), Eraser (1996) and Batman & Robin (1997). He has since directed episodes of House, Mad Men,[2] Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The West Wing, ER, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour, Mercy, Psych, Covert Affairs and The Americans, Elementary, Low Winter Sun, Tyrant, Baz Luhrmann's Netflix series The Get Down,[1] and Ozark. He also has served as a producer and executive producer on Mercy, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour, Pan Am, House, Battle Creek, and Fear The Walking Dead.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Fear the Walking Dead Cast and Crew: "Andrew Bernstein – Co-Executive Producer / Director" retrieved July 22, 2017
  2. ^ amctv.com (2008-02-29). "Q&A: Director Andrew Bernstein (Episode 6: "Babylon") - Mad Men - AMC". Blogs.amctv.com. Retrieved 2012-09-19.

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