Stephen Edward Zuckerman
November 7, 1947
|Education|| University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (BA)|
Yale University (MFA)
|Occupation||Television and theater director|
|Known for||Directing Nuts by Tom Topor on Broadway, 400 Episodes of prime time Television|
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.
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.
|1987||Throb||Yes||1 episode, credited as Stephen Zuckerman|
|1987||Pursuit of Happiness||Yes||1 episode|
|1988||Mr. President||Yes||1 episode|
|1988||Full House||Yes||1 episode|
|1988||My Sister Sam||Yes||2 episodes|
|1989||The Golden Girls||Yes||1 episode|
|1987-1989||It's a Living||Yes||15 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|
|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|
|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|
|1998-2000||Everybody Loves Raymond||Yes||13 episodes|
|2000||Hey Neighbor||Yes||TV movie|
|1999-2001||The Norm Show||Yes||14 episodes|
|1998-2002||The Hughleys||Yes||23 episodes|
|2002||Three Sisters||Yes||2 episodes|
|2002-2003||The In-Laws||Yes||6 episodes|
|2003-2004||It's All Relative||Yes||4 episodes|
|2002-2004||Good Morning, Miami||Yes||12 episodes|
|2004||The Stones||Yes||1 episode|
|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||$#*! 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|
|2013||Men At Work||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.|
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