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Misiano, Chris


(Christopher Misiano)


Addresses: Agent Glen Bickel, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Career: Director, producer, and actor. Originally worked as a camera operator and key grip.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding drama series (with others), 2001, for ER; Emmy awards, outstanding drama series (with others), 2002 and 2003, Golden Laurel Award, episodic television producer of the year, drama category (with others), Producers Guild of America, 2002, and Golden Laurel Award nominations (with others), 2003 and 2004, all for The West Wing; Emmy Award, outstanding directing for a drama series, 2003, for "TwentyFive," The West Wing.


Television Director; Series:

Law & Order, NBC, multiple episodes, 19952000.

ER, NBC, multiple episodes, 19982001.

(As Christopher Misiano) The West Wing (including the episode "Twenty-Five"), NBC, multiple episodes, beginning 1999.

Television Producer; Series:

Coproducer, Trinity, NBC, 1998.

(As Christopher Misiano) ER, NBC, 20002001.

Coexecutive producer, The West Wing, NBC, beginning 2003.

Television Director; Episodic:

"Ripcord," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges ), CBS, 1997.

"No Secrets," Trinity, NBC, 1998.

"Exposing Johnston," Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998.

"Doggonit," Brooklyn South, CBS, 1998.

"Hell Is What You Make of It," Third Watch, NBC, 1999.

"Just Another Night at the Opera," Third Watch, NBC, 2000.

Also (as Christopher Misiano) directed episodes of Now and Again, CBS.

Television Work; Other:

Worked as director of photography for the series Law & Order, NBC.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

(As Christopher Misiano) Billy Spiros, "Censure," Law & Order, NBC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Interviewee, Jerry Seinfeld: Master of His Domain, Arts and Entertainment, 1998.

Film Appearances:

Comedian, 2002.

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