Sarah Pia Anderson

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Sarah Pia Anderson
Born St Albans, UK
Occupation Television director, theatre director
Years active 1979–present

Sarah Pia Anderson is an English born television and theatre director.[1]

Her career in the theatre included work for the Royal National Theatre: Rosmersholm, the Royal Shakespeare Company: Mary and Lizzie and The Abbey Theatre: Carthaginians.[1] Her early television work included Prime Suspect 4: Inner Circles (1995), starring Helen Mirren. She has worked mainly in the United States since the mid-1990s, directing episodes of Dark Angel, Gilmore Girls, Dead Like Me, Grey's Anatomy, Veronica Mars and other series. In 2011, she directed the opening episodes of Scott & Bailey produced by RED Production Company for ITV1.

She is currently a professor in the Cinema and Technocultural Studies Program at University of California, Davis.[2]

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