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Marisa Silver

Highest Rated: 50% Vital Signs (1990)

Lowest Rated: 35% He Said, She Said (1991)

Birthday: Apr 23, 1960

Birthplace: Not Available

While this director is the daughter of a film family, she has sought to earn her own way: her father is producer Raphael Silver; her mother director Joan Micklin Silver. Marisa Silver got her start while attending Harvard, where she directed the short "Dexter T" (1977) and edited the documentary "Light Coming Through: A Portrait of Maud Morgan." In 1982, she co-directed (with Peter Davis) the Emmy-nominated PBS "Middletown" segment "A Community of Praise," which profiled a Christian Fundamentalist group. Thereafter, Silver's TV experience was limited to directing a 1992 episode of "L.A. Law" (NBC) and a USA Network telefilm "Indecency" (also 1992).



35% 34% He Said, She Said Director $8.7M 1991
50% 30% Vital Signs Director $779.1K 1990
47% 69% Permanent Record Director $1.6M 1988
No Score Yet 33% Old Enough Director - 1984