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Allen Coulter

Allen Coulter

Born and raised in Texas, Mr. Coulter started in the film business as a messenger for a small New York production company. While supporting himself doing virtually every job in the motion picture industry, he wrote and directed "The Hobb Case, a short that served as his entree into full-time directing. The byzantine path of his career eventually lead to The Sopranos, Sex & the City, Six Feet Under and Rome. His first feature, "Hollywoodland, starring Adrien Brody, Diane Lane and Ben Affleck, opened in September 2006 to critical acclaim. More recently he has directed the pilots of Nurse Jackie starring Edie Falco for Showtime, the FX Network pilot, Sons of Anarchy and the upcoming series Rubicon for AMC. He also received his fifth Emmy nomination for the pilot of FX Network's Damages, starring Glenn Close.

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Allen Coulter Facts

OccupationDirector

Selected Filmography

Take Me Out To the Ballgame
Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office
College
Defining Moments
Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood
For All Debts Public and Private
Cock a Doodle Do
Irregular Around the Margins
Home
The North Star
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