Scott D. Rosenbaum

Scott D. Rosenbaum



Scott D. Rosenbaum is an American television and film director, producer, and writer. He was born in New Jersey in 1973 and raised in Long Island, New York. Growing up, he was always interested in the arts and the entertainment business. After graduating from college, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of becoming a director.

Rosenbaum started his career as a director in 1999 with the documentary "It's a Music Thing." The film featured interviews with prominent figures in the music industry, and was well-received by critics. Following this success, Rosenbaum worked as a director on various television series such as "The Shield," "Chuck," and "V." He also directed episodes of "Burn Notice," "Gossip Girl," "The Flash," "Lethal Weapon," and "Hawaii Five-0."

Rosenbaum has also directed and produced feature films. His debut feature film, "The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll," was released in 2009. The film revolves around an aging rock star struggling to come to terms with his past and make peace with his present. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but was praised for its unique storyline and star-studded cast.

Rosenbaum's latest directorial work is the 2018 crime drama "The First Purge," which was a box office success. The film is a prequel to the popular "Purge" franchise and follows a group of people who are forced to take part in a government experiment that tests the effects of a nationwide purge. The film was praised for its tense action sequences and humorous dialogue.

Rosenbaum is currently working on a new film project, and is also developing a television series for a streaming service. He has been nominated for several awards, including an Emmy for his work on "The Shield" and a Directors Guild of America award for "The First Purge."

Rosenbaum has established himself as a talented and successful director in both film and television. His unique vision and creative storytelling have captivated audiences around the world. He continues to push the boundaries of storytelling and is sure to have many more successes in the future.

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