Steve Zuckerman

Stephen Edward "Steve" Zuckerman (born November 7, 1947) is an American television and theater director. He began his career in the theater. After being trained at the University of Michigan and the Yale School of Drama, he went on to be the Associate Artistic Director of the IRT Theater where he directed celebrated productions of Odets "Clash By Night" and Ibsen's "Brand" among many others. He was Director of Play Development at the Circle in the Square Theater and the Associate Artistic Director of the WPA Theater where he directed the premiere of "Nuts" which moved directly to Broadway and received two Tony Nominations and two Drama Desk Nominations.

Steve Zuckerman
Born
Stephen Edward Zuckerman

(1947-11-07) November 7, 1947 (age 74)[1]
EducationUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor (BA)
Yale University (MFA)
OccupationTelevision and theater director
Years active1979–present
Known forDirecting Nuts by Tom Topor on Broadway, 400 Episodes of prime time Television

Since 1987, he has amassed a number television credits including Full House, The Golden Girls, Murphy Brown, Empty Nest, Friends, The Drew Carey Show, Everybody Loves Raymond, Zoey 101, According to Jim, Melissa & Joey, Anger Management and among other series.[2][3]


FilmographyEdit

Year Title Contribution Notes
Director
1987 Throb Yes 1 episode, credited as Stephen Zuckerman
1987 "Pursuit of Happiness" Yes 1 episode
1988 "Mr. President" Yes 1 episode
1988 "Amen" Yes 1 episode
1988 "Full House" Yes 1 episode
1988 "Duet" Yes 1 episode
1988 "Valerie" Yes 2 episodes
1988 "My Sister Sam" Yes 2 episodes
1989 "The Golden Girls" Yes 1 episode
1987-1989 "It's a Living" Yes 15 episodes
1989 "Heartland" Yes 4 episodes
1990 "Singer & Sons" Yes 2 episodes
1990 "The Fanelli Boys" Yes
1993 "Shaky Ground" Yes 1 episode
1994 "The George Carlin Show" Yes 1 episode
1989-1995 "Empty Nest" Yes 127 episodes
1995 "Hope & Gloria" Yes 4 episodes
1995 "The Crew" Yes 4 episodes
1996 "The Show" Yes 2 episodes
1995-1996 "New York Daze" Yes 12 episodes
1996 "Party Girl" Yes 2 episodes
1996 "Friends" Yes 2 episodes
1997 "North Shore Fish" Yes
1997 "Life with Roger" Yes 2 episodes
1997 "Chicago Sons" Yes 2 episodes
1996-1997 "Suddenly Susan" Yes 5 episodes
1997 "Built to Last" Yes 2 episodes
1997 "World on a String" Yes TV Movie
1998 "Working" Yes 1 episode
1997-1998 "Murphy Brown" Yes 11 episodes
1995-1999 "The Drew Carey Show" Yes 12 episodes
1999 "Katie Joplin" Yes 3 episodes
1999 "The Jamie Foxx Show" Yes 6 episodes
1999 "Grown Ups" Yes 2 episodes
1999 "Oh, Grow Up" Yes 1 episode
2000 "Daddio" Yes 1 episode
1998-2000 "Everybody Loves Raymond" Yes 13 episodes
2000 "Hey Neighbor" Yes TV movie
1999-2001 "The Norm Show" Yes 14 episodes
2000-2001 "Nikki" Yes 6 episodes
1998-2002 "The Hughleys" Yes 23 episodes
2002 "Girlfriends" Yes 1 episode
2002 "Three Sisters" Yes 2 episodes
2002-2003 "The In-Laws" Yes 6 episodes
2003 "A.U.S.A." Yes 3 episodes
2003-2004 "It's All Relative" Yes 4 episodes
2002-2004 "Good Morning, Miami" Yes 12 episodes
2004 "The Stones" Yes 1 episode
2004 "Quintuplets" Yes 2 episodes
2005 "Committed" Yes 3 episodes
2005 "Zoey 101" Yes 1 episode
2005 "Living with Fran" Yes 3 episodes
2005-2006 "All of Us" Yes 2 episodes
2003-2006 "What I Like About You" Yes 15 episodes
2005-2006 "Love, Inc." Yes 8 episodes
2009 "Hannah Montana" Yes 1 episode
2005-2009 "According to Jim" Yes 11 episode
2009 "Ruby & the Rockits" Yes 1 episode
2011 "$h*! My Dad Says" Yes 3 episodes
2011 "I'm in the Band" Yes 1 episode
2011 "Working Class" Yes 3 episodes
2011 "State of Georgia" Yes 3 episodes
2012 "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" Yes 3 episodes
2012 "Happily Divorced" Yes 2 episodes
2010-2012 "Melissa & Joey" Yes 9 episodes
2012 "Whitney" Yes 1 episode
2013 "Men At Work" Yes 2 episodes
2014 "Undateable" Yes 1 episode
2014 "Partners" Yes 2 episodes
2013-2014 "Instant Mom" Yes 2 episodes
2013-2014 "Anger Management" Yes 11 episodes
2015 "Ground Floor" Yes 1 episode
2016 "2 Broke Girls" Yes 2 episodes
Taken from IMDB.[4]














ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KJF5-V25
  2. ^ The Sitcom Career Book: A Guide to the Louder, Faster, Funnier World of TV ... By Mary Lou Belli & Phil Ramuno - via Google Books
  3. ^ Theatre World 1994–1995 By John Willis & Tom Lynch - via Google Books
  4. ^ "Steve Zuckerman Filmography". IMDB. Retrieved September 6, 2021.

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