Jerry London Movies and Career Information
Jan 21, 1947
Jerry London (born January 21, 1947) is an American television director and producer. Starting work in 1965, London directed a host of classic US sitcoms and dramas - such as Hogan's Heroes, Hawaii Five-O, The Brady Bunch, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Rockford Files and Kojak. He has also directed over forty television movies including Emmy Award nominated Chiefs. London won best director for James Clavell's Shogun, a twelve hour miniseries for NBC. He has also directed ten other miniseries, including the acclaimed The Scarlet and The Black with Gregory Peck, Ellis Island with Richard Burton, and Chiefs with Charlton Heston. He has taught Film Production at UCLA and currently is directing a play in Los Angeles. London is the father of Todd London, a TV producer of HBO's Rome.