Scott J. Drucker is a highly acclaimed director, writer and producer with a career spanning over 30 years in the entertainment industry. His career began in the late 1980s when he graduated from UCLA with a degree in Film and Television Production.
He started his career as a staff writer on the hit television series, “Knots Landing”. From there he went on to write and produce for other television shows such as “Roseanne”, “The Nanny”, “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”, and “Big Brother”.
In 1998, Drucker wrote and directed his first feature film, “The Last Best Sunday”, which was released in theaters in 1999. The film was a critical success and earned him his first Emmy nomination.
In the early 2000s, Drucker began to focus more on directing and producing. He wrote and directed the family film “Like Mike” starring Lil’ Bow Wow and Crispin Glover. The film was a surprise hit and earned him a second Emmy nomination.
Drucker continued to work in television, writing and directing for shows such as “Scrubs”, “Cougar Town” and “Two and a Half Men”. He also directed the television movie “The Christmas Gift”, which starred Jennifer Beals and Eric Roberts.
Drucker also worked in the world of reality television, writing and directing for shows such as “The Biggest Loser”, “The Mole” and “The Apprentice”.
In recent years, Drucker has continued to direct and produce for television and film. He wrote and directed the feature film, “A Better Place”, which was released in 2018. He also wrote and directed the independent drama “The Ballad of Lefty Brown”, which starred Bill Pullman and was released in 2017.
Scott J. Drucker is a highly accomplished director, writer and producer whose career has spanned over thirty years. He has written and directed for both television and film, and has been nominated for two Emmy Awards. His work has been enjoyed by millions of viewers around the world, and he is considered one of the most talented filmmakers of his generation.