Tim Andrew

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Tim Andrew
Occupation(s)Film director, television director, television producer
Years active1994–present

Tim Andrew is a British film director, television director and television producer. His television directing credits include Black Scorpion , Son of the Beach , Undressed , Mix It Up , Supernatural and Teen Wolf , where he was a executive producer and frequent director along with Russell Mulcahy.

He also worked as the supervising producer on the television series Home James! , reality series Denise Richards: It's Complicated , Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? and the Tyler Perry-directed films Meet the Browns , The Family That Preys , Why Did I Get Married Too? and For Colored Girls . [1]

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  1. Tim Andrew Movies & TV, The New York Times