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PETER SEGAL (Director/Executive Producer) most recently directed Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in 2005's "The Longest Yard,” which became the highest worldwide grossing sports comedy in history. He previously teamed with Sandler on the comedy blockbusters "50 First Dates,” which also starred Drew Barrymore, and "Anger Management,” with Oscar winner Jack Nicholson.

Segal made his feature film directorial debut in 1994 with "Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult,” starring Leslie Nielsen. His other credits include the 2000 hit comedy "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps,” starring Eddie Murphy; the critically acclaimed "My Fellow Americans,” starring screen legends Jack Lemmon, James Garner and Lauren Bacall; and the hit comedy "Tommy Boy,” starring Chris Farley and David Spade.

A USC graduate, Segal began his career directing for television, with an extensive resume including eight Emmy Awards, a Cable ACE award for Best Director and two National Association of Broadcasters' Service to Children Awards.

In 1995, he formed his production company, Callahan Filmworks, along with longtime producing partner Michael Ewing. In 2002, he created the NBC comedy series "Hidden Hills.” Currently, Callahan's development slate includes DC Comics' "Captain Marvel”; "Goblins,” based on Brian Froud's acclaimed book; and "I, Thalus,” a comedy about the first Olympiad.


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