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Gerry Cohen
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Gerry Cohen directed 71 episodes of TDCS in Seasons 2-8 of the series.
Personal Information
Gender: Male
Nationality American/Caucasian
Website/URL http://www.pongamoosic.com/
Career information
Occupation/
Career:
Television director/producer
Years active: 1981-present
Known for: Directed episodes for Anger Management, George Lopez and The Drew Carey Show TV series

Gerry Cohen Gerry Cohen directed a total of 71 episodes of The Drew Carey Show in Seasons 2-8 of the series.

About GerryEdit

A television director and musician, Jerry got his start in the Los Angeles entertainment industry as a script reader for Aaron Spelling. During the late 1970s and first half of the 1980s, He worked constantly in the world of music television. On everything from American Bandstand to ABC’s live-late-night comedy sketch series Fridays to the annual American Music Awards, he was able to work with many of the major rock music acts of the era including The Clash, Madonna, King Crimson, The Cars, Joan Jett and the Pretenders, Simply Red, Pat Benatar, Devo, Graham Parker, Kiss, Culture Club, Aretha Franklin, B.B. King, the Stray Cats, Heart, Jefferson Starship, Eddie Money, and Kool and the Gang.[1]

He began his career as a stage manager and associate director on the television series Fridays, The Golden Girls, Who's the Boss? and Married... with Children, making his directorial debut on the latter series. He would eventually direct 156 episodes of Married... with Children out of the show's 262 episodes.[2] His other television credits include The Drew Carey Show, Unhappily Ever After, The Norm Show, George Lopez, Still Standing, Greddie, Anger Management and a number other series.[3]

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