Ted Post

Ted Post

Ted Post (Nueva York, 31 de marzo de 1918 – Santa Mónica, 20 de agosto de 2013) fue un director de cine y televisión estadounidense.
Nacido en Brooklyn, Nueva York, Post comenzó su carrera en el mundo del espectáculo en 1938 trabajando como acomodador en el Loew’s Pitkin Theater. Abandonó sus planes de convertirse en actor y empezó a dirigir teatro. Enseñó Actuación y Drama en el High School of Performing Arts de Nueva York en 1950. El éxito en el teatro le llevó a trabajar en la televisión de la década de 1950. Post dirigió episodios de muchas series, como Gunsmoke, Rawhide, The Twilight Zone, Columbo o Peyton Place. En cine destacan sus dos películas con Clint Eastwood como protagonista: Cometieron dos errores (1968) y Harry, el fuerte (1973), además de Regreso al planeta de los simios (1970) y La patrulla (1978).
Post falleció en el UCLA Medical Center de Santa Mónica (California) el 20 de agosto de 2013 a los 95 años de edad.

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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1918-03-31
  • Lugar de nacimiento: New York, New York

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ted Post (born March 31, 1918) is an American TV and film director. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he started his career in show business in 1938 working as an usher at Loew's Pitkin Theater. He abandoned plans to become an actor after training with Tamara Daykarhanova, and turned to directing summer theater. Ted Post taught Acting and Drama at New York's well-known High School of Performing Arts in 1950. He persuaded his friend, Sidney Lumet,to do likewise. Success in the theater led to work in television from the early 1950s. Post directed episodes of many well-known series including Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Wagon Train, Rawhide, The Twilight Zone, Columbo and 178 episodes of Peyton Place. He has also directed TV movies (including the original Cagney and Lacey movie-of-the-week, and also feature films, including Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Go Tell the Spartans, and two Clint Eastwood films Hang 'Em High and Magnum Force. Post directed the 2001-2002 Festival of the Arts at Bel-Air's University of Judaism (now the American Jewish University). Description above from the Wikipedia article Ted Post, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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