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DOUG LIMAN (Director / Executive Producer) first gained attention in 1996 with the independent film comedy "Swingers," which became an instant cult classic. He followed with the critically acclaimed indie hit "Go," for which he earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Director.

With only those two independent features under his belt, Liman flew himself to the Teton mountains, where he secured the rights to the best-selling book The Bourne Identity from author Robert Ludlum. Liman directed and produced the 2002 film version of the book, which starred Matt Damon in the title role and earned more than $214 million worldwide. He has since served as an executive producer on "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Ultimatum."

Liman's film directing credits also include the action comedy "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie; the sci-fi hit "Jumper"; and the true-life drama "Fair Game."

For television, Liman is currently an executive producer on the series "Suits" and "Covert Affairs."


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