Michael Fields (director)

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Michael Fields
Occupation Film director, television director and television producer
Years active 1979–present

Michael David Fields is an American film and television director.

He has directed episodes of Veronica Mars, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Third Watch, Gossip Girl, Homicide: Life on the Street, Sex and the City, Roswell, Melrose Place, IZombie[1] and among other series.[2]

He also wrote and directed the 1985 television adaptation of Noon Wine for the PBS anthology series American Playhouse. In 1990, he directed his first and only theatrical film Bright Angel.

Fields is a graduate of Wesleyan University.[3]


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