William Lewis

William Lewis

Actor, Director, Writer


William Lewis is a well-known American director and producer. He is best known for his work in the television series Law & Order and Oz.

Lewis was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1945. He attended New York University, where he studied film and television production. After graduation, he began his career as a production assistant on various films and television shows.

In the early 1980s, Lewis began directing episodic television. He directed episodes of The Equalizer, Miami Vice, and The Cosby Show. He was also a regular director on the hit series Law & Order. He directed dozens of episodes during the show's run, including the series finale in 2010.

In the late 1990s, Lewis began directing and producing the HBO series Oz. The show was a critical and commercial success, and it earned Lewis two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series.

Lewis has also directed episodes for other television shows, including Criminal Minds, House, CSI, and The Good Wife. In addition to television, Lewis has directed several made-for-television movies, including The Peacemaker and Death Penalty.

In recent years, Lewis has taken on a producing role on several television shows. He produced the Netflix series House of Cards and the CBS series Elementary. He also served as an executive producer on the series Limitless.

William Lewis is an accomplished director and producer who has worked on some of the most successful television shows of the past three decades. He is highly respected for his work, and his influence can still be felt in the television industry today.

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