Chris Koch

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Chris Koch
Born Melrose, Massachusetts
Occupation Film/television Director
Years active 1993–present

Christopher "Chris" Koch is an American director of film and television.

He is best known for directing the films Snow Day (2000), his feature film directorial debut[1] and A Guy Thing (2003).[2]

Koch's television credits include The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Malcolm in the Middle, Scrubs, My Name Is Earl, Better Off Ted, Cougar Town, Workaholics, The Middle, Modern Family, and The Neighbors.[3]

In addition, Koch is the co-owner of the production company KONK, which he co-created with film producer David Kerwin.[4]


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