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Steven Hilliard Stern

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Steven Hilliard Stern
Born (1937-11-01) November 1, 1937 (age 80)
Timmins, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, television producer

Steven Hilliard Stern (born November 1, 1937) is a Canadian television and documentary director,[1] producer and writer.

He attended the Ryerson University's Institute of Technology and served in the Canadian Infantry before inaugurating his directing career.[2] The bulk of Stern's output has been in the field of made-for-TV movies, both in the United States and Canada. Some film credits may appear as Steve Stern and Steven H. Stern rather than the full middle name.

He was born in Timmins, Ontario, Canada.


Television series

  • 1976: Serpico (unknown number of episodes)
  • 1976: Bonnie and McCloud (TV episode)
  • 1976: McCloud (1 episode)
  • 1976: Who's Who in Neverland
  • 1976-1977: Quincy M.E. (2 episodes)
    • a.k.a. "Quincy" (International: English informal title)
  • 1977: Dog and Cat (unknown number of episodes)
  • 1977: Has Anybody Here Seen Quincy? (TV episode)
  • 1977: Wipe-Out (TV episode)
  • 1977: The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries (1 episode)
    • a.k.a. The Nancy Drew Mysteries (USA: short title)
  • 1977: Half LIfe (1 episode)
  • 1977: Logan's Run (1 episode)
  • 1977: Deep Cover (TV episode)
  • 1977: Hawaii Five-O (1 episode)
    • a.k.a. McGarrett (USA: rerun title)
  • 1981: Jessica Novak (1 episode)
  • 1981: Closeup News (TV episode)
  • 1998: Voices (TV episode)
  • 1998: The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1 episode)
  • 1999: The Dream Team

Awards and nominations

See also

CCNY point shaving scandal


External links

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