Steph Green
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After being nominated for an Oscar for her short film "New Boy" in 2009 and then making a critically acclaimed feature "Run & Jump" in 2013 (both while living/working in Ireland), Steph Green moved to Los Angeles and has become one of the most sought-out TV directors working today. She has directed top TV shows such as The Americans, The Deuce, Man in the High Castle, American Crime, Bates Motel, You're the Worst, Billions, Preacher, Luke Cage, Scandal. In 2019 alone she has helmed high-profile episodes of equally important new series, including the Looking Glass (Tim Blake Nelson) backstory chapter of HBO's "Watchmen" adaptation, the tone-setting premiere of Showtime's "The L Word: Generation Q" as well as directing and executive producing the pilot for USA/Netflix's adaptation of "Dare Me" by novelist Megan Abbott.