Michael Grossman

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Michael Grossman
Occupation Film/television director
Years active 1987–present

Michael N. Grossman is an American film and television director.

He has directed a number of episodes from dozens of different television series, including Grey's Anatomy and the backdoor pilot ("The Other Side of This Life") of its spin-off, Private Practice. His other directorial work includes the series Charmed, Zoey 101, Angel, The Invisible Man, Arli$$, Firefly, Star Trek: Enterprise, Earth 2, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gilmore Girls, Drop Dead Diva, Manhattan, AZ, One Tree Hill, Las Vegas, Eureka, Dirty Sexy Money, Nashville and Pretty Little Liars.[1]

Prior to working in television, Grossman was an assistant director on the films Hide and Go Shriek (1988) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990).

He also directed the television films Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh (2008) and Starstruck (2010).

He is not to be confused with Michael Gross, star of the Tremors franchise.


  1. ^ Michael Grossman, Yahoo! TV

External links

  • Michael Grossman on IMDb

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