Bryan Gordon
Bryan Gordon
Personal details
Birth place Dover, Delaware, USA
Profession Television director
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Role Episodic director
Bryan Gordon is an American television director. He was an episodic director for the NBC drama Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. He helmed the tenth episode .


Early lifeEdit

He was born and raised in Dover, Delaware. He graduated from Dover High School and the University of Delaware where he has been honored as a member of the University’s Wall of Fame.


He started his career as a comedy writer on the series Fridays. He also worked as an independent filmmaker. He wrote and directed the Academy Award winning short Ray’s Male Heterosexual Dance Hall. He wrote and directed the feature film Pie in the Sky starring Anne Heche, John Goodman, and Josh Charles. He directed the film Career Opportunities.

Studio 60 creator Aaron Sorkin also hired him for his earlier series Sports Night and The West Wing. He has also worked on The Office, Weeds, Ally McBeal, Boston Public, Freaks and Geeks and The Wonder Years. In 2009 and 2010, he directed and produced the series Party Down for the Starz Network.

He's directed numerous pilots - among them One Tree Hill - setting the look and design for the long running series. He directed and produced the TBS pilot The Wedding Band for the series summer 2012 debut.


"Pilot" "The Cold Open" "The Focus Group" "The West Coast Delay" "The Long Lead Story"
"The Wrap Party" "Nevada Day: Part 1" "Nevada Day: Part 2" "The Option Period" '
"The Christmas Show" "Monday" "The Harriet Dinner: Part I" "The Harriet Dinner: Part II" "The Friday Night Slaughter"
"4 AM Miracle" "The Disaster Show" "Breaking News" "K & R: Part 1" "K & R: Part 2"
"K & R: Part 3" "What Kind of Day Has It Been"

See alsoEdit

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