John Bowab

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John Bowab
Born (1933-10-22) October 22, 1933 (age 85)[1]
OccupationTheatre and television director and producer
Years active1966–present

John Bowab is an American director and producer of television and theatre.

Bowab began his career in theatre, directing a number of stage productions, such as Mame (1983), The Night of the Hunter (2003),[2] and most recently 70, Girls, 70 (2010).[3]

In the late 1970s, he moved on to television, amassing a number of directing credits. Some of these include The Cosby Show, Benson, Bosom Buddies, Gimme a Break!, Small Wonder, Making a Living, Full House, Who's the Boss?, The Facts of Life, Family Matters, Double Trouble, Ellen, among other series.[1]

He had cataract surgery.[4]


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