Kim Friedman

Kim Friedman

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Birthday: Nov 15, 1949

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Director and producer Kim Friedman started her career in 1977 directing the Linda Lavin sitcom "Alice." Afterwards she helmed four episodes of the popular ABC drama series "Family" and the short-lived comedy "13 Queens Boulevard." The young director hit her stride in the early '80s with consecutive jobs on "Knots Landing" and directing a teenage Sarah Jessica Parker on "Square Pegs" from 1982 to 1983. Throughout the decade Freidman was associated with a string of successful shows. She added multiple episodes of "Dynasty," "The Love Boat," and "Hooperman" to her resume and in 1988 received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Directing for the "L.A. Law" episode "Hand Roll Express." In the '90s she spent some time working almost exclusively on TV sci-fi dramas like "Star Trek: Voyager," "Babylon 5," and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." She worked up until 2001, finishing out her run with installments of "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Lizzie McGuire."



No Score Yet No Score Yet Before and After Director - 1979


14% No Score Yet Love Boat: The Next Wave Director 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Family Rules Director 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sparks Director 1997-1998
57% No Score Yet Good News Director 1997
91% 88% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Director 1994 1996-1997
No Score Yet 94% Babylon 5 Director 1996
86% No Score Yet Almost Perfect Director 1995
76% 76% Star Trek: Voyager Director 1995
No Score Yet 50% Dynasty Director 1985-1986
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hotel Director 1984-1985
No Score Yet No Score Yet Square Pegs Director 1982-1983
No Score Yet 65% Alice Director 1977-1978