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Steven DePaul is an American television director and producer. He has directed multiple episodes of NCIS-LA, CSI-NY, GRIMM, The Unit, Bones, as well as many episodes of one hour dramatic television (updated list IMDB). He was a longstanding producer and director on NYPD Blue. In his capacity as producer of NYPD Blue he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 1995 and the Best Television Drama Golden Globe Award in 1993. He was also nominated for this award for his work on NYPD Blue on five other occasions (in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999). He won a George F. Peabody for "Raging Bulls" (Season 6, episode 8), an episode he directed for NYPD Blue. Mr. DePaul was born in 1952 in Washington Heights, NY, DePaul's father, Michael DePaola, fought in World War II in North Africa and Italy. He was a union organizer, District 65, and a bartender. His mother, Hermione (Billie), was a school teacher and librarian. Steven enrolled at Clark University, where he majored in English graduating in Dec. 1972. He was involved in booking artists to play concerts on campus and at the Clark Coffeehouse. Upon graduation, Mr. DePaul began working on Rock & Roll tours, first working as a roadie for Poco ('73-74). He spent the next 15 years touring with bands including Souther, Hillman Furay, Joni Mitchell, The Eagles, The Grateful Dead, Dan Fogelberg, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Boston, The Cars and The Faces. This career ended with a long stint as tour accountant with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Mr. DePaul then moved to Los Angeles to work for producer Steven Bochco on shows like Cop Rock, Civil Wars and NYPD Blue. He worked on NYPD Blue for 11 years, during which he directed multiple episodes and won prestigious awards. In 2004, he left NYPD Blue and became a freelance director, the position he currently holds.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Steven DePaul is an American television director and producer. He has directed multiple episodes of NCIS-LA, CSI-NY, GRIMM, The Unit, Bones, as well as many episodes of one hour dramatic television (updated list IMDB). He was a longstanding producer and director on NYPD Blue. In his capacity as producer of NYPD Blue he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 1995 and the Best Television Drama Golden Globe Award in 1993. He was also nominated for this award for his work on NYPD Blue on five other occasions (in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999). He won a George F. Peabody for "Raging Bulls" (Season 6, episode 8), an episode he directed for NYPD Blue. Mr. DePaul was born in 1952 in Washington Heights, NY, DePaul's father, Michael DePaola, fought in World War II in North Africa and Italy. He was a union organizer, District 65, and a bartender. His mother, Hermione (Billie), was a school teacher and librarian. Steven enrolled at Clark University, where he majored in English graduating in Dec. 1972. He was involved in booking artists to play concerts on campus and at the Clark Coffeehouse. Upon graduation, Mr. DePaul began working on Rock & Roll tours, first working as a roadie for Poco ('73-74). He spent the next 15 years touring with bands including Souther, Hillman Furay, Joni Mitchell, The Eagles, The Grateful Dead, Dan Fogelberg, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Boston, The Cars and The Faces. This career ended with a long stint as tour accountant with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Mr. DePaul then moved to Los Angeles to work for producer Steven Bochco on shows like Cop Rock, Civil Wars and NYPD Blue. He worked on NYPD Blue for 11 years, during which he directed multiple episodes and won prestigious awards. In 2004, he left NYPD Blue and became a freelance director, the position he currently holds.

Personal Info

Known For Directing

Gender Male

Known Credits 28

Birthday 1952-01-01

Place of Birth Washington Heights - New York - USA

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Also Known As

  • Steven De Paul

Directing TV ShowsMovies

2019 The Village (2 episodes)Director
2017 The Gifted (1 episode)Director
2017 The Good Doctor (1 episode)Director
2016 Shades of Blue (2 episodes)Director
2014 The 100 (1 episode)Director
2014 Crisis (1 episode)Director
2013 The Originals (1 episode)Director
2013 Zero Hour (1 episode)Director
2012 Last Resort (1 episode)Director
2011 Grimm (5 episodes)Director
2011 Person of Interest (1 episode)Director
2011 Fairly Legal (1 episode)Director
2009 NCIS: Los Angeles (6 episodes)Director
2008 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (1 episode)Director
2007 Journeyman (1 episode)Director
2007 K-Ville (1 episode)Director
2006 Shark (1 episode)Director
2006 Jericho (1 episode)Director
2006 The Unit (7 episodes)Director
2006 Conviction (1 episode)Director
2006 In Justice (1 episode)Director
2005 Close to Home (1 episode)Director
2005 Bones (9 episodes)Director
2005 Wanted (1 episode)Director
2004 CSI: NY (6 episodes)Director
2003 Las Vegas (2 episodes)Director
2002 CSI: Miami (1 episode)Director

Production

1991 Civil Wars (36 episodes)Producer

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