GIL JUNGER (Director) is a veteran television director, producer and editor.
Over the past twenty-five years, he has worked on over 600 episodes of television.
Junger was nominated for an Emmy® and a Directors' Guild Award for directing
the "coming out" episode of "Ellen." He won a Humanities Award in 1995 for
"The John Larroquette Show." Among other successful series Junger has been associated with are "Soap," "Benson," "The Golden Girls," "Empty Nest," "Dharma and Greg," and "According to Jim."
In 1998, Junger made his mark as a feature film director with a hit teen comedy, 10 Things I Hate About
Junger came to directing through a career that began as a gofer just two weeks out of the Radio/TV/Film School at the University of Texas in Austin. He graduated with honors, yet admits that, with the exception of a bit of editing technique, he learned his trade while on the job.
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