|Date of Birth||November 7, 1954|
|Origin||New York City, NY, USA|
Gil Junger is a director on Devious Maids.
Life and Career
Gil Junger began his career in Hollywood by attending the University of Texas at Austin's Radio, TV, and Film School. After graduating, he became a golfer.
He moved into directing television, and has worked on such series as Dharma & Greg (1997) and The Golden Girls (1985). He was nominated for an Emmy and a Director's Guild Award for directing the episode of Ellen (1994), in which the lead character reveals that she is a lesbian. He broke into feature film directing with 10 Things I Hate About You (1999).
He is an avid photographer, golfer, and musician, and is in a band called "Mid-Life Crisis".
Devious Maids directing credits
The following is a list of episodes of Devious Maids that credit Junger as their director.
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