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      Ed Bianchi

      Ed Bianchi

      Highest Rated: 33% The Fan (1981)

      Lowest Rated: 33% The Fan (1981)

      Birthday: Apr 24, 1942

      Birthplace: Paterson, New Jersey, USA

      Between the mid-'80s and the early 2000s, Ed Bianchi transitioned from his status as 1985's "Best Commercial Director of the Year" (helming ads for American Express, Eastern Airlines, and Jello Pudding, among many others) into one of the 21st century's most sought after television directors. Among his high-profile directing credits are episodes of "Law & Order: SVU," "The Wire," and "Mad Men." However, Bianchi is most often associated with producing and directing David Milch's gritty Western drama "Deadwood." He continued his trend of shady criminal dramas as a director and co-executive producer on Mitch Glazer's 2011 series "Magic City," set against the backdrop of mid-20th century Miami.




      No Score Yet 48% The Two Mr. Kissels Director - 2008
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Off and Running Director - 1990
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Dr. Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce Director - 1986
      33% 33% The Fan Director - 1981


      78% 88% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Director 2004 2022
      No Score Yet 95% Get Shorty Director 2017
      90% 91% TURN: Washington's Spies Director 2014
      65% 71% Magic City Director 2012-2013
      94% 83% Men of a Certain Age Director 2009-2010
      81% 100% Detroit 1-8-7 Director 2010
      No Score Yet 28% HawthoRNe Director 2009
      72% 100% The Unusuals Director 2009
      91% 89% Damages Director 2009
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Brotherhood Director 2006-2008
      No Score Yet 96% Mad Men Director 2007
      90% 96% Deadwood Director 2004-2006
      13% No Score Yet The Bedford Diaries Director 2006
      97% 96% The Wire Director 2002-2004
      20% No Score Yet Hack Director 2003
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Beat Director 2000