Tippy Bushkin

Tippy Bushkin



Tippy Bushkin is an American director and producer known for her work in television and film. She is best known for the Emmy-nominated series, "The Americans" (2013-2018).

Bushkin was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in a creative family that encouraged her to pursue her dreams. After graduating high school, she attended the University of Southern California, where she studied film and television production.

Bushkin quickly began making a name for herself in the entertainment industry. She started her career as an assistant director on the hit show, "The West Wing" (1999-2006). She then worked as a director on other popular series, such as "Scrubs" (2001-2010) and "Ugly Betty" (2006-2010).

In 2013, Bushkin made her directorial debut on the critically acclaimed series, "The Americans". She was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the show. After the success of "The Americans", Bushkin directed episodes of other popular series, including "Orange is the New Black" (2013-2019), "The Handmaid's Tale" (2017-present), and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (2017-present).

Bushkin has also directed several feature films over the years, such as the 2007 romantic comedy "My Best Friend's Girl". She also executive produced the 2019 horror-thriller "The Prodigy".

Bushkin's directorial style is known for her use of close-ups and long takes. Her films and television shows often explore themes of family, friendship, and identity. She is also known for her dedication to diversity and inclusion on her sets.

Bushkin continues to be a trailblazer in the entertainment industry. She is a powerful example of what can be achieved through hard work, dedication, and passion.

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