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JASON WINER (Director) received the 2010 Directors Guild of America (DGA) Award for Outstanding Direction of a Comedy Series for the ABC pilot "Modern Family” and was recently named one of Variety's 2011 "10 Directors to Watch.” The Baltimore native makes his feature directorial debut with "Arthur.”

In 2010, Winer also received an Emmy Award as a producer for Outstanding Comedy Series as well as a nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for the "Modern Family” pilot. He served as the producing director, directing thirteen of the twenty-four episodes of the show's first season, which ultimately won the Emmy for Best Comedy Series in 2010.

His previous television credits include writing and directing several highly regarded pilots for CBS, FOX and ABC, including "Giants of Radio,” "Sluts” and "This Might Hurt.” In 2004, his short film "The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend” was purchased by 20th Century Fox and turned into a pilot, which Winer also co-produced.

A graduate of Northwestern University and an alumnus of the Improv Olympic Theatre, Winer began his career as an actor and photographer before making the transition to directing.


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