Marty Callner

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Marty Callner
Born1950 (age 68–69)
OccupationTelevision director
ChildrenDax, Chad, Jazz, Tess

Marty Callner (born 1950 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American television director. He has made music videos, comedy specials, concert specials, and created television shows. Marty has directed some of the biggest artists in the world, and has work recorded back as far as 1977 and as recent as 2015. He is the creator of HBO's Hard Knocks and has been nominated and won numerous Emmys, MTV Video Music Awards, DGAs and CableACE Awards.[1]

Notable artists[edit]

Selected music video credits (as director)[edit]

Selected music video specials (as director)[edit]

Bette Midler

Pat Benatar

Britney Spears

Diana Ross

Fleetwood Mac

Garth Brooks

Gladys Knight

  • Live at the Greek Theatre

Gloria Estefan

  • Gloria Estefan's Caribbean Soul: The Atlantis Concert

Justin Timberlake

Marc Anthony

  • The Concert from Madison Square Garden

Paul Simon

Rolling Stones

Stevie Nicks

Whitney Houston


Selected TV series (as show creator)[edit]

  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Baltimore Ravens (2001)
  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Kansas City Chiefs (2007)
  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Dallas Cowboys (2008)

- Episode #1.1
- Episode #1.2
- Episode #1.3
- Episode #1.4
- Episode #1.5

  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals (2009)

– Episode #1.1
– Episode #1.2
– Episode #1.3
– Episode #1.4

Awards and nominations[edit]



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