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Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker DAVID FRANKEL (Director) directed the critically-acclaimed box office hits Marley and Me, starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston, and The Devil Wears Prada, starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. He also directed Miami Rhapsody, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Antonio Banderas and Mia Farrow. Other feature credits include writing the screenplay for Funny About Love, directed by Leonard Nimoy, starring Gene Wilder.

In 1996, Frankel won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short for Dear Diary, which he wrote and directed.

Frankel has also been honored for writing, directing and producing a slate of seminal television. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for directing the pilot episode of HBO's cutting-edge comedy Entourage, and he won the Emmy for Outstanding Directing of a Mini-Series for HBO's World War II saga Band of Brothers. Frankel was nominated for a WGA Award for an episode he wrote of HBO's historical epic Rome. Frankel's credits include directing episodes of Entourage, Sex and the City, and From the Earth to the Moon; the ABC television film The Pennsylvania Miners' Story, and the pilot of The Ellen Burstyn Show. As a showrunner, Frankel wrote, produced and directed the CBS comedy series Doctor, Doctor and Grapevine, which he also created.


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