Carmen Belaschk is an award-winning film and television director. She is best known for her work on the popular TV series “Young and the Restless” and the feature film “Asylum.”
Belaschk was born in Havana, Cuba and immigrated to the United States as a young girl. She grew up in Miami, Florida and attended the University of Miami, where she received a degree in Spanish literature and theater. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film.
Belaschk started her career in television, working as an assistant director on the popular series “The Bold and the Beautiful.” She worked her way up the ladder and eventually became a director of the long-running hit series “Young and the Restless.” During her time on the show, Belaschk won three Daytime Emmy Awards for her work.
Belaschk made her feature film directorial debut with the horror film “Asylum.” The movie was well-received by critics and audiences alike, and it earned Belaschk several awards, including the Audience Choice Award at the San Diego Film Festival.
Belaschk has since gone on to direct several other films, including “The Great Gatsby” and “The Preacher’s Daughter.” She has also directed several television movies, including “Gone in Sixty Seconds” and “The House That Jack Built.”
Belaschk is a passionate filmmaker who has an eye for visual storytelling. She is committed to creating interesting and emotionally resonant stories that explore the human condition. Her work is characterized by its thought-provoking themes and its strong female characters.
Belaschk has earned acclaim for her work in film and television, and she has become an important voice in the industry. She continues to direct films and television projects, and she has become one of the most sought-after directors in the business.