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Anspaugh, David Biography




biography of Anspaugh, David

24 September 1946, Decatur, Indiana, USA


-   'Roma Downey' (qv) (24 November 1995 - 15 March 1998) (divorced); 1 child

-   'Tamara Kramer' (13 April 1974 - ?) (divorced); 1 child


-   He and his ex-wife, 'Roma Downey' (qv), have a daughter named Reilly Marie (born in 1996).

-   'David Anspaugh' (qv) was a mentor at the 2nd Annual HatcH Audiovisual Festival in Bozeman, MT. HatcH is a film and arts festival that focuses on mentoring and inspiring student, independent, and up-and-coming filmmakers and artists.

-   'Della Reese' (qv) is the godmother of his daughter Reilly.

-   Staring as associate producer of _"Hill Street Blues" (1981)_ (qv), he graduated to directing his first episode in Season 2, but almost got fired after one day of after boss 'Steven Bochco' (qv) 'went ballistic' when he realized that Anspaugh had only shot what he thought was a 'perfect' single master without enough coverage.

-   Also on _"Hill Street Blues" (1981)_ (qv), Anspaugh contributed the idea of getting an unusual overhead shot by mounting the camera above the rim during a basketball scene, which helped earn him a Directors Guild directing award for that episode.


-   If I hadn't cut my teeth on that kind of TV [Hill Street Blues (1981) (TV)], I would've never been able to do Hoosiers (1986). No textbook can teach you the stuff I learned on my feet. I'd come to work every day with a detailed game plan, but never executed it--everything went to hell in a hand basket in two hours. It was a crash course in learning how to think on the fly.

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Movies Directed

  1. Three Nights (2014)
  2. Little Red Wagon (2012)
  3. "The Bedford Diaries" (2006) {The Art and Science of Manipulation (#1.4)}
  4. "E-Ring" (2005) {Fallen Angels (#1.16)}
  5. The Game of Their Lives (2005)
  6. L.A. Sheriff's Homicide (2003) (TV)
  7. Two Against Time (2002) (TV)
  8. WiseGirls (2002)
  9. Swing Vote (1999) (TV)
  10. Moonlight and Valentino (1995)
  11. In the Company of Darkness (1993) (TV)
  12. Rudy (1993)
  13. Fresh Horses (1988)
  14. Deadly Care (1987) (TV)
  15. Hoosiers (1986)
  16. "Hometown" (1985) {Peter's Play (#1.4)}
  17. "Miami Vice" (1984) {Golden Triangle: Part 2 (#1.14)}
  18. "Miami Vice" (1984) {Rites of Passage (#1.16)}
  19. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Bang the Eardrum Slowly (#3.23)}
  20. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Whistle, Wyler Works (#3.14)}
  21. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Drama Center (#2.14)}
  22. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Equinox (#2.18)}
  23. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Fade to White (#3.7)}
  24. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Homecoming (#3.11)}
  25. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Two Balls and a Strike (#3.3)}
  26. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {All About Eve (#2.8)}
  27. "St. Elsewhere" (1982) {Under Pressure (#2.6)}
  28. The Last Leaf (1983)
  29. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Ba-Bing, Ba-Bing (#4.2)}
  30. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back (#3.19)}
  31. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Gung Ho (#3.13)}
  32. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Moon Over Uranus: The Final Legacy (#3.16)}
  33. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Personal Foul (#2.16)}
  34. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Phantom of the Hill (#3.10)}
  35. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Heat Rash (#3.3)}
  36. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Little Boil Blue (#3.7)}
  37. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Officer of the Year (#3.5)}
  38. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue (#2.3)}

Movies Produced

  1. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Moon Over Uranus (#3.14)} (producer)
  2. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Moon Over Uranus: The Final Legacy (#3.16)} (producer)
  3. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Moon Over Uranus: The Sequel (#3.15)} (producer)
  4. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {A Hill of Beans (#3.22)} (producer)
  5. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back (#3.19)} (producer)
  6. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Spotlight on Rico (#3.20)} (producer)
  7. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Belles of St. Marys (#3.17)} (producer)
  8. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Gung Ho (#3.13)} (producer)
  9. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Life in the Minors (#3.18)} (producer)
  10. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Little Boil Blue (#3.7)} (producer)
  11. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement (#2.13)} (producer)
  12. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {No Body's Perfect (#3.11)} (producer)
  13. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Of Mouse and Man (#2.12)} (producer)
  14. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {A Hair of the Dog (#3.9)} (producer)
  15. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Personal Foul (#2.16)} (producer)
  16. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Pestolozzi's Revenge (#2.9)} (producer)
  17. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Phantom of the Hill (#3.10)} (producer)
  18. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Requiem for a Hairbag (#3.8)} (producer)
  19. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Santaclaustrophobia (#3.12)} (producer)
  20. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Some Like It Hot-Wired (#2.15)} (producer)
  21. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Freedom's Last Stand (#2.11)} (producer)
  22. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Stan the Man (#3.6)} (producer)
  23. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Shooter (#2.17)} (producer)
  24. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Spy Who Came in from Delgado (#2.10)} (producer)
  25. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Invasion of the Third World Body Snatchers (#2.18)} (producer)
  26. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The World According to Freedom (#2.8)} (producer)
  27. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Young, the Beautiful and the Degraded (#2.14)} (producer)
  28. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Trial by Fury (#3.1)} (producer)
  29. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Your Kind, My Kind, Humankind (#1.9)} (associate producer)
  30. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Blood Money (#2.2)} (producer)
  31. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Chipped Beef (#2.7)} (producer)
  32. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Politics as Usual (#1.3)} (associate producer)
  33. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Choice Cut (#1.7)} (associate producer)
  34. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Presidential Fever (#1.2)} (associate producer)
  35. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Cranky Streets (#2.6)} (producer)
  36. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Double Jeopardy (#1.5)} (associate producer)
  37. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Rites of Spring (#1.14)} (associate producer)
  38. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Fecund Hand Rose (#1.13)} (associate producer)
  39. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Film at Eleven (#1.6)} (associate producer)
  40. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Fruits of the Poisonous Tree (#2.5)} (producer)
  41. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Gatorbait (#1.10)} (associate producer)
  42. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue (#2.3)} (producer)
  43. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {The Second Oldest Profession (#2.4)} (producer)
  44. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Hearts and Minds (#2.1)} (producer)
  45. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin (#1.12)} (associate producer)
  46. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Jungle Madness (#1.15)} (associate producer)
  47. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Life, Death, Eternity (#1.11)} (associate producer)
  48. "Hill Street Blues" (1981) {Up in Arms (#1.8)} (associate producer)
  49. Fighting Back (1980) (TV) (associate producer)
  50. "Paris" (1979) (associate producer)
  51. Vampire (1979) (TV) (associate producer)
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