Janet Le

Janet Le



Janet Le is an award-winning film and television director based in Los Angeles, California. She has directed numerous television shows, feature films, and documentaries.

Le was born in Taiwan and grew up in California. She began her career in the film and television industry as an assistant director on a variety of productions. She quickly rose through the ranks and soon became a director. She has directed a variety of shows including “My Name is Earl,” “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Good Place,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

Le has been recognized for her work, earning a Primetime Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series” for her work on “The Office.” She has also been honored with a Humanitas Prize, a Peabody Award, and a DGA Award for her work on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

In addition to her television work, Le has directed two feature films. Her feature film debut was “The Perfect Fit” (2005), a romantic comedy about a struggling actress. It won the Audience Award at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. Her second feature was “Saving Face” (2006), a comedy-drama about a Chinese-American woman coming to terms with her sexuality. It won numerous awards, including the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Le is an advocate for increasing diversity in the film and television industry. She is a member of the Directors Guild of America’s Diversity Task Force and the Alliance of Women Directors.

Le is currently working on a television series about a group of female entrepreneurs in Los Angeles. She is also developing a feature film about a female superhero.

Janet Le is a talented director who has created memorable and award-winning work. She is an advocate for increasing diversity in the film and television industry, and her work has had a positive impact on the industry.

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