Al Díaz

Al Díaz



Al Díaz is an award-winning director, producer, and screenwriter from Los Angeles, California. He is best known for his work on the hit TV series, “Glee” and the feature-length film, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.”

Díaz was born in Los Angeles in 1980. He was raised in an artistic family, with his father being a musician and his mother a painter. From an early age, Al was drawn to the arts. He began writing stories and scripts at age 10, which sparked his interest in filmmaking.

At age 18, Díaz enrolled in film school at the University of Southern California. During his time there, he gained valuable experience in various aspects of production. After graduating in 2002, he landed a position as a production assistant on the hit TV series, “Glee.” This opportunity led him to become the show’s director in its second season.

In 2009, Díaz was hired to direct his first feature-length film, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.” The movie was a box office success, earning over $375 million worldwide. He went on to direct “The Other Side of the Mountain” in 2011, which starred Academy Award-winning actor, Matthew McConaughey.

In recent years, Díaz has turned his focus to producing. He is currently producing the upcoming feature film, “Dreamland,” which stars Academy Award-winner, Jennifer Lawrence. He has also recently served as an executive producer on the documentary series, “The Story of Us.”

Al Díaz has already made a name for himself as a successful director and producer. He is a creative force to be reckoned with, and his work continues to be highly acclaimed by audiences and critics alike.

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