Angela Tiger

Angela Tiger



Angela Tiger is a prolific film and television director, writer, and producer. She is best known for her work on the hit television series, Scandal, and her feature films, The Flamingo and The Clockmaker.

Tiger was born in New York City in 1975. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a degree in film and television production. After graduating, she began her career as an assistant director on television shows such as The Shield and Southland.

In 2009, Tiger made her feature film debut with The Flamingo, a romantic comedy-drama starring Tony Denison and Gail O’Grady. The film was well received by critics and audiences alike, and was nominated for several awards.

In 2011, Tiger wrote and directed her second feature film, The Clockmaker. The film starred Nathan Fillion and Ashley Judd and was a critical success. It was nominated for several awards, including the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2012, Tiger was hired to direct episodes of the hit ABC television series, Scandal. She directed multiple episodes of the show over the course of four seasons, and received an Emmy nomination for her work.

Tiger has since gone on to direct episodes of several other television shows, including Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, and The Good Wife. She also directed the HBO film, All the Way, which starred Bryan Cranston and was nominated for several awards, including multiple Emmys and Golden Globes.

Tiger continues to work as a director, writer, and producer in both feature films and television series. Her work is known for its sharp storytelling and complex characters. She is a passionate filmmaker who strives to create meaningful and impactful stories that resonate with audiences.


Sept. 26, 1976

Place of birth

Paris, France

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