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DON SCARDINO's directing career spans theater, television and film.

He was a producer/director of NBC's hit comedy "30 Rock" for five seasons, earning two Emmy Awards and the Producers Guild of America Award for his work, as well as two additional Emmy, PGA and Directors Guild nominations. He has also directed hundreds of television episodes, including those for "The West Wing," "Law & Order," and, most recently, "Two Broke Girls" and "The Mindy Project." He was the resident director on "Cosby," "100 Centre Street" and "Rescue Me," among many others, including "Tracey Takes On," for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award and a Directors Guild Award.

Among his upcoming feature projects in development are the comedies "Going in Style" and "Get Back."

On Broadway, Scardino directed Aaron Sorkin's "A Few Good Men," and was the artistic director of Playwrights Horizons in New York, producing more than 30 plays during his tenure, and winning an OBIE award for "A Cheever Evening." He also wrote and directed "Lennon," on Broadway, with the blessing and support of Yoko Ono.

Scardino was an actor from his teenage years into his thirties, most notably delivering more than 1000 performances as Jesus in "Godspell" on Broadway.

He is married to the painter Dana Williams.


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