|Occupation||Film director and producer|
Armand Mastroianni (born August 1, 1948) is an American film director and producer.
Armand Mastroianni's directorial debut was the 1980 horror film He Knows You're Alone which was also the screen debut of actor Tom Hanks. He has directed some studio films such as The Celestine Prophecy, the bulk of his career has mainly been focused on directing television films, such as "The Ring," "First Daughter," One of Her Own, and Robin Cook's "Invasion," and television dramas, such as "Dark Shadows" and "Nightmare Cafe." He is currently producing and directing material for his production company. He is the father of Paul Mastroianni, who is also pursuing a career in filmmaking.
Feature films & Miniseries
|1984-1987||Tales from the Darkside||Four episodes|
|1989-1990||War of the Worlds||Four episodes|
|1989-1990||Friday the 13th: The Series||Eight episodes|
|1991||Dark Shadows||Five episodes; also producer|
|1991||Against the Law||Two episodes|
|1991-1992||Reasonable Doubts||Three episodes|
|1992||Nightmare Cafe||Two episodes|
|1992||Mann & Machine||One episode|
|1992||Freshman Dorm||Two episodes|
|2002||Touched by an Angel||Four episodes|
|2003||The Dead Zone||One episode|