S. J. Clarkson

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S. J. Clarkson
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S. J. Clarkson at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International
Born United Kingdom
Occupation Film/television director
Years active 1999–present

S. J. Clarkson is a British film and television director.[1]

Career[edit]

Her credits include the series Doctors, Casualty, EastEnders, Footballers' Wives, Life on Mars, the American series Heroes, House, Dexter and Ugly Betty. In 2008, she co-created the British series Mistresses. In 2010, she also directed the film Toast.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Media Type Production Title Episode(s) Role Notes
2010 Film Toast Director Film directorial debut
1999 Television Bad Girls
2001–04 Doctors 37 episodes
2002 A Week in the West End Director and producer
2003–05 Casualty 4 episodes Director
2004 EastEnders 8 episodes
2005 Footballers' Wives 2 episodes
2006 Hustle 2 episodes
2006–07 Life on Mars 6 episodes
2008 Mistresses 16 episodes
2009 Whitechapel 3 episodes
2009–10 Heroes Episodes: "Hysterical Blindness"
"The Art of Deception"
2009–11 Dexter Episodes: "Hello, Dexter Morgan"
"Once Upon a Time"
"The Angel of Death"
2010 Ugly Betty Episode: "The Passion of the Betty"
2011 House Episode: "Recession Proof"
2012 Hunted 2 episodes
2012 Banshee
2013 Smash Episode: "The Surprise Party"
2013 Bates Motel Episode: "The Man in Number 9"
2013 The Bridge Episode: "All About Eva"
2014 Turn: Washington's Spies Episode: "Of Cabbages and Kings"
2014 Orange Is the New Black Episode: "40 Oz. of Furlough"
2015 Jessica Jones 2 episodes
2016 Vinyl Episode: "The Racket"
2017 The Defenders 2 episodes
2018 Collateral
2018 Succession Episode: "Prague"

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