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Marshall Herskovitz

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Marshall Herskovitz
Herskovitz at George Mason University, 2008
Marshall Schreiber Herskovitz

February 23, 1952 (1952-02-23) (age 66)
EducationAFI Conservatory
Spouse(s)Susan Amanda Shilladay (m.1981; div.1993)[1] Landry Major (m.2015)

Marshall Schreiber Herskovitz (born February 23, 1952)[1] is an American film director, writer and producer, and currently the President Emeritus of the Producers Guild of America. Among his productions are Traffic, The Last Samurai, Blood Diamond, and I Am Sam. Herskovitz has directed two feature films, Jack the Bear and Dangerous Beauty. Herskovitz was a creator and executive producer of the television shows thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, and Once and Again, and also wrote and directed several episodes of all three series.

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Life and career

Herskovitz was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Frieda (née Schreiber) and Alexander Herskovitz.[1] His family is Jewish.[2]

He was married to screenwriter Susan Shilliday from 1981–1993. They have two daughters.

Herskovitz married Landry Major in 2015.

Herskovitz has long been "one of the film industry's most active and passionate environmentalists."[3] He serves on the advisory board of The Climate Mobilization, a grassroots advocacy group calling for a national economic mobilization against climate change on the scale of the home front during World War II, with the goal of 100% clean energy and net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.[4]


Thirtysomething won numerous Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama series in 1988. That year it also won Outstanding Writing in a Drama series for an episode that Herskovitz co-wrote with Paul Haggis. The show also received the Best Drama Series award at the Golden Globes that year. Herskovitz himself was honored by both the Writers Guild and Directors Guild for his work on the series.

Traffic was nominated for Best Picture at the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001.

Once and Again was nominated for Best Drama Series of 1999 at the Golden Globes.



  1. ^ a b c "Marshall Herskovitz Biography (1952–)". Retrieved September 28, 2010.
  2. ^ Shandler, Jeffrey (March 20, 2009). "Television in the United States". Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia. Jewish Women's Archive. Retrieved August 10, 2013.
  3. ^ Waghorn, Terry (21 November 2011). "Marshall Herskovitz: World War II the Key to America's Energy Future". Forbes.
  4. ^ "Advisory Board". The Climate Mobilization. Retrieved 30 August 2016.

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