Jay Sandrich directed 4 episodes of "Night Court" in the show's first season.
|Born:||February 24, 1932|
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Film/TV director and producer|
|Spouse(s):||Nina Kramer (1953–1976; divorced; 3 children)|
Linda Green Silverstein (1984–present)
|Involved with:||Night Court|
|Job on series:||directed 4 episodes in Season 1|
Jay Sandrich (born February 24, 1932) is an veteran American television director; he is son of film director Mark Sandrich. Jay directed four episodes of Night Court in the series' first season, the episdoes "The Former Harry Stone", "Death Threat", "Once In Love with Harry" and "Some Like it Hot".
Sandrich began his television work in the mid-1950s as a second assistant director with Desilu Productions, and began his career as an Assistant Director on I Love Lucy. Sandrich has directed and/or produced episodes of The Bill Dana Show, Get Smart, The Odd Couple, Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers, Loves Me, Loves Me Not, SOAP, two-thirds of the episodes of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and the first three seasons of The Cosby Show. He was responsible for the series pilots of The Bob Newhart Show, WKRP in Cincinnati, Empty Nest, and The Golden Girls. Sandrich also directed for Theatre Aspen, in Aspen, Colorado, Rounding Third (2008), Chapter Two (2009), and Same Time, Next Year (2010). The only theatrical movie he made was the 1980 film Seems Like Old Times, originally written by Neil Simon.
Jay resides with his family in Southern California.
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- Jay Sandrich at the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)