David Warren began his television career with the international hit series, Desperate Housewives, going on to direct 18 episodes before the series ended. He is Co-Executive Producer/Director for Marc Cherry’s latest series, Devious Maids, currently in it’s 4th season. He recently directed episodes of Eva Longoria’s new series, Telenovela, Mysteries of Laura, starring Debra Messing, Forever for ABC and iZombie for the CW network. Other credits include multiple episodes of Gossip Girl, Weeds, Ugly Betty, In Plain Sight, 90210, The Carrie Diaries, Drop Dead Diva, Valentine, and others. He was Producer/Director for the CW series Emily Owens, MD.


Broadway credits include Philip Barry’s Holiday at Circle In The Square (Starring Laura Linney and Tony Goldwyn, Outer Critics Circle Nomination: Best Revival), Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke (Starring Mary McDonnell and Harry Hamlin), Misalliance (Starring Brian Murray) at the Roundabout, and additional direction for the Beach Boys Musical, Good Vibrations (O’Neill Theater). He has directed many acclaimed productions off-Broadway, working at every important theater in New York and around the United States, including David Mamet’s The Voysey Inheritance (Lucille Lortel Award nominations: Best Revival and Best Direction Of A Play); the revivals of Rope and Hobson’s Choice (starring Martha Plimpton) at Atlantic Theatre Co. (Lucille Lortel Award nomination: Best Revival); Matt & Ben (also Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto and on tour); Drumstruck; Daniel Stern’s Barbra’s Wedding; Richard Greenberg’s The Dazzle, Hurrah at Last (Both for Roundabout), Night and Her Stars, and his adaptation of Pal Joey; Steven Dietz’s Fiction (Roundabout); Nicky Silver’s Eros Trilogy (starring Betty Buckley), Raised in Captivity, Pterodactyls (Obie Award), The Altruists, and Fit to be Tied; Tom Donaghy’s Minutes From The Blue Route and From Above; William Finn’s Romance in Hard Times (Public Theatre); and the new musical Harmony by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman. He directed and wrote the text for Haddocks’ Eyes, a collaboration with Pulitzer-prize winning composer David Del Tredici. On the road he directed the National Tours of Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll and Hyde, and Barry Manilow’s Copacabana. Other credits: West Coast productions of Raised in Captivity and Jon Robin Baitz’s The End of the Day. He has worked extensively in Italy where he directed the European premiere of Doug Wright’s Unwrap Your Candy (“Scartate Le Caramelle”) and the world premiere of Gian Maria Cervo’s Il Ragazzo Con L’Albergo. He has received an Obie, an LA Weekly, and three Dramalogue awards, and an LA Drama Critic’s Circle nomination. He was the recipient of a National Endowment For The Arts directing fellowship and was the Alan Schneider directing fellow at the Juilliard School. He is a frequent guest-lecturer at The Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (National School of Cinema) in Rome, Shanghai Theater Academy, and FAMU, the Czech National School of Cinema in Prague.


David Warren began his television career with the international hit series, Desperate Housewives




David Warren began his television career with the international hit series, Desperate Housewives, going on to direct 18 episodes before the series ended.


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