P. David Ebersole

P. David Ebersole (born March 16, 1964) is an American television director and independent filmmaker. He began his film career as a child actor, playing the lead in the musical "Junior High School" (1978), which also starred Paula Abdul. Since then, he won AFI's Franklin J. Schaffner award for best film/best director for his student thesis project, "Death in Venice, CA" (1994), directed a boxing film, "Straight Right" (2000) that premiered on Sundance Channel, and was a director on two telenovelas for Fox Television airing on My Network TV, Desire (2006) and Wicked Wicked Games (2007) starring Tatum O'Neal. He was co-producer of the HBO original film, "Stranger Inside" (2001) and the independent film "The New Women" (2001) starring Mary Woronov. He directed and edited his first documentary "Hit So Hard" about drummer Patty Schemel of the seminal grunge band Hole (band), which had its world premiere at SXSW 2011 and will be released theatrically in 2012. He currently lives in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Marina del Rey.

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