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Gene Saks

Gene Saks (born Jean Michael Saks; November 8, 1921 – March 28, 2015) was an American director and actor. As a stage director, he was nominated for seven Tony Awards, winning three for his direction of I Love My Wife, Brighton Beach Memoirs, and Biloxi Blues. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gene Saks, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Nov 8, 1921 In New York City, New York, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Playwrights '56 1955-10-04
Latest Project:
Movie Deconstructing Harry 1997-12-12
Known For
Poster of I.Q.
Poster of Nobody's Fool
Poster of The Good Policeman
Poster of Law & Order
Movie Deconstructing Harry Harry's Father 1997-12-12
Movie Nobody's Fool Wirf Wirfley 1994-12-23
Movie I.Q. Boris Podolsky 1994-12-24
Movie The Good Policeman Unknown 1991-01-01
Series Law & Order Unknown 1990-09-13
Movie The Goodbye People Marcus Soloway 1986-01-31
Movie Lovesick Frantic Patient 1983-02-18
Movie The One and Only Sidney Seltzer 1978-02-03
Movie The Prisoner of Second Avenue Harry Edison 1975-03-14
Movie A Thousand Clowns Leo 1965-12-13
Movie The Dybbuk Mikoel 1960-10-03
Movie Three Plays by Tennessee Williams Bob Harper (Segment "The Last of My Solid Gold Watches") 1958-04-15
Series Playwrights '56 Unknown 1955-10-04