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Denver, Colorado, United States
Peter O’Fallon was born and raised in Colorado. He attended the University of Colorado Boulder, where he earned a degree in film studies.
He began his career more than two decades ago in commercials, winning multiple Cleo awards for his unique and innovative creative style. O’Fallon is one of Hollywood’s top television pilot directors, with the success of 13 out of 14 pilots going to series.
He has fast become known as the “indy”director of American TV. He directed indy cult feature film "Suicide Kings” staring Christopher Walken and Dennis Leary. He co-wrote and directed festival favorite “A Rumor of Angels” an MGM release starring Vanessa Redgrave and Ray Liotta.
O’Fallon went on to direct an impressive stream of well known pilots; “American Gothic” for CBS, “That Was Then” for ABC, “Eureka” for SyFy,“Blade” for Spike TV, and critically acclaimed series “The Riches” starring Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver, in which O’Fallon also served as EP.
O’Fallon then co-created and directed the best reviewed FX comedy series in the last two years, “Legit” starring comedian Jim Jeffries. O’Fallon co-wrote all 26 episodes and directed 24. He most recently served as exec. producer on the new TNT series “Agent X” starring Sharon stone. He directed the pilot and three of the nine episodes. He also served as EP and director for Lifetime's, out of the box pilot “Unreal”, starring Constance ZImmer and Sherry Appleby.
O'Fallon has a unique identifiable ability to combine and turn the dark and raw side of life into heart and humor.
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