Jude Weng on the set of Fresh Off The Boat, November 2016
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Jude Weng (Chinese name: Weng Fei-fei/"翁菲菲") is a Taiwanese-born American television writer, producer, and director of multi- and single-camera half-hour comedies, and one-hour dramas. She has directed a variety of shows on American broadcast networks, premium cable channels and streaming services such as Black-ish (ABC), The Good Place (NBC), iZombie (The CW), Crashing (HBO), and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix), as well as multiple episodes of Fresh Off the Boat (ABC), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW), Life in Pieces (CBS), and Young Sheldon (CBS). In 2019, Weng became the first Asian-American woman ever to direct a half-hour broadcast network pilot, the untitled single-camera comedy by writer/showrunner Jessica Gao.
Weng’s professional training includes the American Film Institute’s Directing Workshop for Women, Disney's ABC Directing Program, Warner Bros. Television Directors’ Workshop, and the HBOAccess Writing Fellowship.
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