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LUKE GREENFIELD (Director) Born in Manhassett, New York, Greenfield began making short films at the age of 10 when his uncle gave him a Super-8mm movie camera. After attending the USC Film School, he won several festival awards for his 10- minute short film "The Right Hook,” which led to his 2001 feature directorial debut, "The Animal,” starring Rob Schneider.

Greenfield then co-wrote and directed the edgy coming-of-age film "The Girl Next Door,” starring then-newcomers Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert, Paul Dano, Timothy Olyphant, and Olivia Wilde. In 2008, he produced the comedy "Role Models,” starring Seann William Scott and Paul Rudd.

His television directing credits include the 2007 critically acclaimed pilot "Aliens in America.”

Greenfield's company, WideAwake, Inc., named after his award-winning USC student film, is currently in active development on a number of features which he will write, direct and produce, in addition to a television deal with ABC.

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