Fred Gerber

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For the politician, see Fred Gerber, Jr.
Fred Gerber
Occupation Film director, television director, television producer
Years active 1970–present

Fred Gerber is an American film and television director and television producer. Gerber has directed several popular television series which include The X-Files, Desperate Housewives and House.[1] Gerber has also served as a producer on China Beach, Threat Matrix, Family Law and The Lying Game.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Witches of East End (2013) TV series
    • episode 1.03 "A Few Good Talismen"
  • Haven (2010–11) TV series
    • episode 1.13 "Spiral"
    • episode 2.06 "Audery Parker's Day Off"
  • The Lying Game (2011–13) TV series
    • episode 1.06 "Bad Boys Break Hearts"
    • episode 1.11 "O Twin, Where Art Thou?"
    • episode 1.14 "Black and White and Green All Over"
    • episode 1.20 "Unholy Matrimony"
    • episode 2.01 "The Revengers"
    • episode 2.10 "To Lie For"
  • The Inside (2005) TV series
    • episode 1.07 "Declawed"
  • House (2004) TV series
    • episode 1.16 "Heavy"
    • episode 2.06 "Spin"
    • episode 2.17 "All In"
  • Desperate Housewives (2004) TV series
    • episode 1.06 "Running to Stand Still"
    • episode 1.08 "Guilty"
    • episode 1.10 "Come Back to Me"
  • North Shore (2004) TV series
    • episode 1.20 "Ex-Games, The"
  • Threat Matrix (2003) TV Series
  • Hack (2002) TV series
  • Family Law (1999) TV series
    • episode 1.03 "All God's Creatures"
    • episode 1.06 "Nanny, The"
    • episode 1.09 "Holt vs. Holt"
    • episode 1.13 "Human Error"
    • episode 1.17 "Metamorphosis"
    • episode 1.19 "Playing God"
    • episode 1.21 "Second Chance"
    • episode 2.02 "One Mistake"
    • episode 2.03 "Affairs of State"
    • episode 2.04 "Going Home"
    • episode 2.10 "Generations"
    • episode 2.13 "Separation"
    • episode 2.16 "Liar's Club: Part 2"
    • episode 2.22 "Recovery"
    • episode 3.01 "Irreparable Harm"
    • episode 3.02 "Moving On"
    • episode 3.05 "Against All Odds"
    • episode 3.08 "Security"
    • episode 3.13 "To Protect and to Serve"
    • episode 3.16 "Celano v. Foster"
    • episode 3.17 "Big Brother"
    • episode 3.19 "Admissions"
    • episode 3.21 "Alienation of Affection"
  • Judging Amy (1999) TV Series
    • episode 4.16 "Sixteen Going on Seventeen"
    • episode 5.20 "Slade's Chophouse"
    • episode 6.03 "Legacy"
  • Coming Unglued (1999) TV film
  • Total Recall 2070 (1999) TV series
  • Code Name: Eternity (1999) TV series
    • episode "Ethaniel's Story"
  • Family Plan (1998)
  • Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension (1998) TV series
  • Mr. Music (1998) (TV)
  • Prison of Secrets (1997) TV film
  • Breaking Through (1996) TV film
  • Race Against Time: The Search for Sarah (1996) TV film
  • Closer and Closer (1996) TV film
  • Rent-a-Kid (1995) (TV)
  • ER (1994) TV series
    • episode 1.21 "House of Cards"
    • episode 1.23 "Love Among the Ruins"
  • Due South (1994) TV film
  • The X-Files (1993) TV Series
    • episode 1.11 "Eve"
  • The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993) TV series
  • The Commish (1991) TV Series
  • Reasonable Doubts (1991) TV series
  • Law & Order (1990) TV Series
    • episode 1.21 "Sonata for a Solo Organ"
    • episode 2.01 "Confession"
    • episode 2.17 "Sisters of Mercy"
    • episode 4.09 "Born Bad"
    • episode 5.06 "Competence"
    • episode 6.06 "Paranoia"
  • Gabriel's Fire (1990) TV series
    • episode "Postcards from the Faultline"
  • Midnight Caller (1988) TV series
    • episode "Ryder on the Storm"
  • China Beach (1988) TV series

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nordyke, Kimberly (November 13, 2006). "Storyline tracks Warren", The Hollywood Reporter (396): 1–2.
  2. ^ Fred Gerber, Yahoo! TV

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