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Peter O'Fallon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peter O’Fallon is an American television director.[1]

He was born and raised in Colorado, and earned with a degree in film studies from the University of Colorado. He began his career in commercials winning several Cleo awards.[citation needed]

After directing the independent cult feature film Suicide Kings,[1][2] starring Christopher Walken and Denis Leary,[2] and co-writing and directing A Rumor of Angels for MGM, starring Vanessa Redgrave and Ray Liotta, O’Fallon directed a stream of television pilots: American Gothic for CBS, That Was Then for ABC, Eureka for Syfy, The Flannerys (2003), Blade for Spike, and The Riches with Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver, for which O’Fallon also served as executive producer, and The Protector.

O’Fallon then co-created and directed for FX, Legit, TV series starring comedian Jim Jefferies. O’Fallon co-wrote all 26 episodes and directed 24 of them. He directed pilot Agent X for TNT starring Sharon Stone.[1]

He is executive producing Agent X for the run of the series, and completed as executive producer and director for Lifetime's pilot Unreal starring Constance Zimmer and Shiri Appleby.

Filmography

Peter O'Fallon filmography
Film Release year
Dead Silence 1991
Suicide Kings 1997
Odd Jobs 1997
A Rumor of Angels 2000

References

  1. ^ a b c "Peter O'Fallon". The New York Times.
  2. ^ a b Holden, Stephen (1998-04-17). "Suicide Kings (1997)". The New York Times. Retrieved 2014-07-29.

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