Devon Manney

Devon Manney



Devon Manney is an award-winning American film and television director. He is best known for his work on the critically acclaimed films “Like Crazy” and “The Spectacular Now”. He has also directed television shows such as “Mr. Robot”, “Rubicon”, and “Goliath”.

Manney grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, where he developed a passion for film and television. He attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in film production. After graduating, Manney moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.

In 2009, Manney made his feature film debut with the romantic drama “Like Crazy”. The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, and was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. Manney’s next feature was the coming-of-age drama “The Spectacular Now”, which earned him praise from critics and audiences alike.

Manney has also directed television shows such as “Mr. Robot”, “Rubicon”, and “Goliath”. He has earned multiple Emmy nominations for his work in television, and has won a Peabody Award for his work on “Mr. Robot”.

Manney’s films often explore themes of identity, loneliness, and human connection. He is known for his visual storytelling and his ability to create compelling characters and stories. He is also a passionate advocate for the promotion of diversity and inclusion in film and television.

In addition to his directing work, Manney is also an active member of the Directors Guild of America. He has served on the DGA’s National Board of Directors since 2018, and he is also a member of the DGA’s Diversity Task Force.

Devon Manney is a talented and accomplished director who has made an impact on the film and television industry. His films have earned him praise from critics and audiences alike, and he is an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the industry. He has been nominated for multiple awards, and is sure to continue making an impact in the years to come.

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