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29th Apr '17 11:37:16 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/ThirtyRock'' star TinaFey wrote and co-wrote several episodes, including the {{Pilot}}, but she never directed any. Creator/SteveBuscemi, who has a RecurringCharacter on the show, directed an episode in which his character did not appear.

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* ''Series/ThirtyRock'' star TinaFey Creator/TinaFey wrote and co-wrote several episodes, including the {{Pilot}}, but she never directed any. Creator/SteveBuscemi, who has a RecurringCharacter on the show, directed an episode in which his character did not appear.
16th Apr '17 2:35:20 AM Morgenthaler
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14th Mar '17 4:44:40 PM JulianLapostat
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* Creator/JeanRenoir was a notable director who appeared in supporting roles in his own films, most famously as Octave in his masterpiece, ''Film/TheRulesOfTheGame''.
* Creator/FrancoisTruffaut appeared as an actor in the following films ''The Wild Child, Film/DayForNight, The Green Room'' while showing up in CreatorCameo in other films he made.
12th Mar '17 1:43:26 PM nombretomado
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* Here's a strange one: Dennis Dugan was brought in for four episodes near the end of ''{{Moonlighting}}'', where he played the infamous "guy Maddie met on a train and immediately married for no apparent reason in order to provide a love triangle". This failed utterly and his character was written out and never seen again. However, Dugan himself stuck around to direct five unrelated episodes (and now Dugan is probably better known as a director than as an actor).

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* Here's a strange one: Dennis Dugan was brought in for four episodes near the end of ''{{Moonlighting}}'', ''Series/{{Moonlighting}}'', where he played the infamous "guy Maddie met on a train and immediately married for no apparent reason in order to provide a love triangle". This failed utterly and his character was written out and never seen again. However, Dugan himself stuck around to direct five unrelated episodes (and now Dugan is probably better known as a director than as an actor).
8th Feb '17 11:07:26 PM benda
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* Tommy Wiseau, who starred in his own film ''Film/TheRoom'', had wrote the script, produced the film, and directed it.

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* Tommy Wiseau, who starred in his own film ''Film/TheRoom'', had wrote the script, produced the film, and directed it. [[SoBadItsGood The results are well-known.]]
31st Jan '17 11:59:20 AM Silverblade2
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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including three where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'', ''Film/{{Argo}}'' and ''Film/LiveByNight''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.

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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including three where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'', ''Film/{{Argo}}'' and ''Film/LiveByNight''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.
14th Jan '17 3:57:09 PM jormis29
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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including three where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'', ''Film/{{Argo}}'' and ''Live By Night''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.

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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including three where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'', ''Film/{{Argo}}'' and ''Live By Night''.''Film/LiveByNight''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.
7th Jan '17 2:53:58 PM nombretomado
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* Hugh Beaumont directed a number of ''LeaveItToBeaver'' episodes.

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* Hugh Beaumont directed a number of ''LeaveItToBeaver'' ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'' episodes.
5th Jan '17 11:29:50 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Several of Grammer's episodes are ones with notable flourishes: "Three Valentines" involved one continuous take as Niles sets his trousers on fire, as well as three independent storylines; "RDWRER", which is set mostly in a Winnebago; "Rooms With A View", which is set in a hospital waiting room with flashbacks being done by transitions to other rooms; and in "Don Juan in Hell: Part 2", Frasier ends up in a cabin full of [[strike:guest stars]] every girl he's ever dated (including his mother, as [[FreudWasRight he always was a Freudian]]).

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** Several of Grammer's episodes are ones with notable flourishes: "Three Valentines" involved one continuous take as Niles sets his trousers on fire, as well as three independent storylines; "RDWRER", which is set mostly in a Winnebago; "Rooms With A View", which is set in a hospital waiting room with flashbacks being done by transitions to other rooms; and in "Don Juan in Hell: Part 2", Frasier ends up in a cabin full of [[strike:guest stars]] every girl he's ever dated (including his mother, as [[FreudWasRight he always was a Freudian]]).Freudian).
18th Dec '16 10:08:45 AM Silverblade2
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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including two where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'' and ''Film/{{Argo}}''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.

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* Creator/BenAffleck has graduated to this stage, including two three where Ben himself was the protagonist: ''Film/TheTown'' ''Film/TheTown'', ''Film/{{Argo}}'' and ''Film/{{Argo}}''.''Live By Night''. He's also set to direct a Batman movie.
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