Dwight H. Little

Dwight H. Little

Highest Rated: 64% Last Rampage (2017)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Jan 13, 1956

Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, USA

After graduating from the University of Southern California filmmaking program with an award-winning thesis project, Dwight H. Little started his professional directing career with the 1985 spy film, "KGB: The Secret War." His follow-up was another action picture, 1986's "Getting Even" and in 1988, he had his first big Hollywood break when he directed "Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers," the fourth installment in the slasher franchise. That film went on to turn a tidy profit, proving Little could handle the horror genre. He went to TV for the first time in 1989, directing an episode of the anthology series "Freddy's Nightmares," hosted by Robert Englund's horror-movie character Freddy Krueger. That same year, Little directed Englund again in a horror adaptation of the classic "The Phantom of the Opera." Unfortunately, that film did not fare as well as his first attempt at horror, and failed to turn a profit. In 1990 however, he had another hit with his return to action movies. That year, he directed Steven Seagal in "Marked for Death," widely considered to be among Seagal's best pictures. He continued with the action genre in 1992, directing Brandon Lee in "Rapid Fire," but made a serious departure in 1995, by taking the helm of the family film "Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home." 1997 marked his second time working in television, directing the show "Millennium." He has mostly stayed with the medium since, working on programs like "24," "The Practice," and the mystery "Bones."




No Score Yet 44% Home by Spring Director - 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Millennium After the Millennium Self - 2018
64% 49% Last Rampage Director,
Executive Producer
- 2017
0% 31% Tekken Director - 2010
26% 27% Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Director $31.5M 2004
No Score Yet 63% Boss of Bosses Director - 2001
No Score Yet 87% Papa's Angels Director - 2000
33% 42% Murder at 1600 Director $25.8M 1997
53% 44% Broken Arrow Executive Producer $70.6M 1996
50% 42% Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home Director $28.0M 1995
45% 55% Rapid Fire Director $13.6M 1992
27% 50% Marked for Death Director $43.1M 1990
No Score Yet 40% Bloodstone Director - 1989
38% 54% The Phantom of the Opera Director $4.1M 1989
29% 52% Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Director $17.9M 1988
No Score Yet 83% Getting Even Director - 1986
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hostage: Dallas Director - 1986
No Score Yet No Score Yet KGB: The Secret War Director - 1985
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lethal Director - 1985


61% 79% Scorpion Director 2014 2016-2017
No Score Yet 71% From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series Director 2014-2016
95% 91% Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director 2015
86% 62% Arrow Director 2015
85% 68% Nikita Director 2011 2013
76% 69% Body of Proof Director 2011
42% 26% Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour Director 2011
82% 87% Castle Director 2009
50% 100% Day Break Director 2006
77% No Score Yet Just Legal Director 2005-2006
87% 87% 24 Director 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Practice Director 2000-2002
74% 86% The X-Files Director 2002
No Score Yet No Score Yet Citizen Baines Director 2001