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Ellen S. Pressman
|Occupation||Television director and producer|
She began her career as an associate producer on the series Hill Street Blues in 1983. She went on to win an Emmy Award as a member of the L.A. Law production team. She made her directorial debut on Thirtysomething.
Her other directorial credits include Sirens, Missing Persons, My So-Called Life, Party of Five, Arliss, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Hyperion Bay, Charmed, Felicity, Time of Your Life, Pasadena, American Dreams, Huff, Jack & Bobby, Everwood and Windfall, which was her last directing episode of Riverdale in 2017, and Once Upon a Time, Life Sentence, and Nashville in 2018 and ‘’Grand Hotel’’ in 2019.
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