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MARCOS SIEGA (Director) developed his visual style through his work on numerous music videos before branching out into projects for both the big and small screen.

Siega made his feature film directorial debut with the 2005 action comedy "Underclassman,” starring Nick Cannon and Shawn Ashmore. He followed that with "Pretty Persuasion,” which starred Evan Rachel Wood, James Woods and Ron Livingston in a bitingly satirical take on race, sexual misconduct, media and society's fascination with celebrity. The independent film emerged as a hot property at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival and was released in August of that year.

Currently, Siega is serving as an executive producer on the film "Barry Munday,” and he will next produce the feature "Something Blue,” with John Leguizamo set to star. Before starting his directing career, Siega was a member of the New York-based punk band Bad Trip. When not on tour, he worked in production on a variety of television shows and films, including "Sleepless in Seattle.”

Siega directed his first music video for the song "Can't Wait One Minute More” by the group C.I.V. Soon after, the video appeared on MTV as a "buzz clip” and was named Best Rock Modern Video of the Year by Billboard. Siega subsequently directed numerous music videos for such influential artists as Weezer, Rooney, Hoobastank, Blink 182, All American Rejects, The Crystal Method, Kelly Osbourne, Everclear, Pete Yorn, Vanessa Carlton, Jurassic 5, and P.O.D. He has consistently been one of the most nominated directors at the MTV Video Music Awards and won the Music Video Producers Association's Best Music Video award for System of a Down's "Chop Suey.”

Segueing to television, Siega began directing episodes of the series "Fastlane” and "Oliver Beene.” He also created, directed and executive produced VH1's "Rock The House.” He has gone on to direct episodes of such series as "Veronica Mars,” "Cold Case,” "The Nine,” "Shark” and, most recently, "Dexter.”


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