Damon Santostefano

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Damon Santostefano
Born United States
Occupation Film director, screenwriter

Damon Santostefano is an American film director and screenwriter. He is best known for directing the 1999 Warner Brothers feature film Three To Tango starring Matthew Perry, Neve Campbell and Dylan McDermott, Bring It On Again,[1] and for the television series Clueless.


Santostefano was performing stand-up comedy in his hometown of Boston during his teens. While attending New York University Film School he began working professionally as a director, creating award-winning short films and documentaries. After college, Santostefano established a production company where he developed and directed film and television projects for HBO, Showtime, PBS and Paramount Television. He also directed several Off-Broadway stage productions including award-winning plays at The American Place Theatre. For the renowned BAM Festival (Brooklyn Academy of Music) he directed Stockhausen's contemporary opera "Leben (opera)."

Santostefano began a screenwriting career upon selling his first screenplay to Columbia Pictures and has continued writing and co-writing screenplays for several studios.

Director – filmography[edit]

Rage Against the Machine (2001) TV Episode
Yellow Fever (1994) TV Episode

Writer – filmography[edit]


  • CableACE Award – Best Series ("The Adventures of Pete and Pete")

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