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Jerry London (born January 21, 1947) is an American television director and producer.

Jerry London
Born (1947-01-21) January 21, 1947 (age 72)
Other namesJerome London
Jerome R. London
OccupationTelevision director and producer
Years active1975-present
Websitehttp://www.jerrylondon.com/

Life and careerEdit

London has directed more than forty television movies including Emmy Award nominated Chiefs.

London won best director for James Clavell's Shōgun, a nine-hour miniseries for NBC. He has also directed ten other miniseries, including the acclaimed The Scarlet and the Black with Gregory Peck, Chiefs with Charlton Heston, and Ellis Island with Richard Burton. He has taught film production at UCLA and Los Angeles Film School.

London is the father of Todd London, a TV producer of HBO's Rome and The Pacific, and a senior vice president and post-production executive of Walt Disney Pictures.

Lisa London, casting director, is his daughter.

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