Carole Langer

Carole Langer

Director, Producer


Carole Langer is an award-winning writer, director, producer, and editor of film and television. She is best known for her work on the documentary TV series, "Hoarders" (2009-2013).

Carole was born in New York City in 1961. She attended the prestigious New York University and earned her degree in film production. She then went on to pursue a career in film and television.

Her first feature film was "Abandonments" (1999), a psychological drama that earned her a nomination for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. She followed that up with the horror film "The Rage" (2003) and the romantic comedy "Crazy Love" (2007).

In 2009, she began working on the documentary TV series, "Hoarders", which focused on people struggling with compulsive hoarding behaviors. The series ran for four seasons and earned her a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Reality Program.

She went on to direct and produce other documentary series, including "Intervention" (2010-2015), "Married at First Sight" (2014-2018), and "The Real Housewives of New York City" (2016-present). She has also directed and produced episodes of the popular drama series, "Grey's Anatomy" (2016-present).

In addition to her work in television and film, Carole has also written and directed a number of short films, including "The Other Side of the Mirror" (2016) and "Mystic Winter" (2018).

Carole is a passionate advocate for independent filmmakers, especially women, and is an active supporter of the Sundance Institute. She is a member of Women in Film, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women in the entertainment industry.

Carole has had a long and successful career in the film and television industry, and is an inspiration to many young filmmakers. Her work has received critical acclaim, and she is a leader in the industry who sets the highest standards of excellence.

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