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BURR STEERS (Directed by) made his feature film directorial debut with the acclaimed 2002 offbeat dramedy Igby Goes Down, for which he also wrote the screenplay. For the film, which starred Kieran Culkin, Claire Danes, Jeff Goldblum and Susan Sarandon, Steers received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best First Screenplay and was honored as Best First Time Director at the 2003 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. Culkin and Sarandon received Golden Globe nominations for their work on the film.

Steers subsequently co-wrote the worldwide romantic-comedy hit How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, which marked the first onscreen pairing of stars Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey.

In 2009, Steers directed Zac Efron, Leslie Mann, Thomas Lennon and Matthew Perry in the worldwide box-office hit 17 Again. Steers' next directorial effort will be Emperor, the story of a young Julius Caesar, which is based on the first book in Conn Iggulden's "Emperor” series.

For television, Steers has directed the HBO series Big Love and the Showtime series The L Word and Weeds. Prior to launching his filmmaking career, Steers was an actor. He counts among his credits such features as The Last Days of Disco and Pulp Fiction.


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