Jerry Ciccoritti Movies and Career Information

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Aug 05, 1956
Actor, Director and Writer

Jerry Ciccoritti (born August 5, 1956 in Toronto) is a Canadian film, television and theatre director. His ability to work in a number of genres and for many mediums has made him one of the most successful directors in the country. Born in Toronto, Ciccoritti became active in amateur drama in high school and was one of the founders of Buddies in Bad Times theatre in 1978 and of the Rhubarb Theatre Festival in 1979. He attended the film program at York University but dropped out to work in the burgeoning Toronto film industry. With Robert Bergman, he produced and directed the low-budget horror film Psycho Girls (1985). Several other genre films followed, eventually leading to work in episodic television and television movies. Ciccoritti was instrumental in developing the TV series Catwalk (1992) and Straight Up (1996) and began a secondary career as a director of big-budget television movies and miniseries with Net Worth (1995), a drama about hockey player Ted Lindsay's battles with the NHL on behalf of his fellow players. Another popular film of Ciccoritti's that deals with Canadian history is Trudeau. The director has also made a name for himself as a chronicler of the

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