After graduating from USC film school, Dwight Little began directing 2nd unit material and documentary short films. He soon went on to direct the HBO-Showtime After School Special Who Wants to be a Hero, and followed it with ABC's SPIES, which won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Program. Little's first feature film was the espionage thriller KGB: The Secret War, starring Sally Kellerman. He then directed Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and the film adaptation of Phantom of the Opera, starring Robert Englund. Little has since gone on to direct such films as Marked for Death, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home and Murder at 1600. He has also achieved great success in television, directing episodes of The X-Files, The Practice, John Doe and Veritas: The Quest, among others.
Little was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and currently resides in Los Angeles.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
Dwight Little Facts
|Birthplace||Cleveland, Ohio, USA|