Paolo Barzman

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Paolo Barzman
Born (1957-04-09) April 9, 1957 (age 59)
Alma mater University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Occupation Film/television director and television writer
Years active 1983–present

Paolo Barzman (born April 9, 1957) is a Canadian film, television director, and television writer.[1]

His television directing credits include The Adventures of the Black Stallion, Highlander: The Series, Counterstrike, Bordertown, Relic Hunter, Queen of Swords, 15/Love, 18 to Life, Lost Girl, Haven and the American-Canadian adaptation of Being Human.

As a television writer, he wrote for the series Grand Star and the French series Aventures Caraïbes.

Barzman has also directed a number of television films. In 2007, he directed the feature film Emotional Arithmetic starring Susan Sarandon and Christopher Plummer.[2]


  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors, Volume 1 By Jerry Roberts
  2. ^ Emotional Arithmetic (2007) Cast, Credits & Awards, The New York Times

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