Derrick Tseng

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Derrick Tseng
Born 1954 (age 62–63)
United States
Occupation Film producer

Derrick Tseng (born 1954) is an American independent film producer based in New York City.[1] After establishing himself as a first assistant director in the mid 1990s, he moved up the ranks of the New York independent film world, eventually establishing himself as a producer. Tseng is a frequent collaborator of filmmaker Todd Solondz, credited as Co-Producer on his 2011 film Dark Horse, and Producer on Life During Wartime (2009) and “Palindromes” (2004).



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