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Perry Lang

Perry Lang
Born (1959-12-24) December 24, 1959
Palo Alto, California
Occupation Director, writer, actor

Perry Lang (born December 24, 1959 in Palo Alto, California, US) is an American director, writer and actor.[1]

He has directed episodes of television series such as Arli$$, ER, Millennium, Dawson's Creek, NYPD Blue, Nash Bridges, Fantasy Island, Weeds, Gilmore Girls, Army Wives, The Twilight Zone, Alias, Las Vegas, Jack & Bobby and Everwood.

Lang has also performed in several films and television shows, such as Teen Lust, he directed himself in Men of War (1994) (with Dolph Lundgren) and Little Vegas. He had roles in 1941 by Steven Spielberg (as the best friend of the main character) The Big Red One (directed by Samuel Fuller) as well as Eight Men Out, Alligator, and Sunshine State—all written and directed by John Sayles. He also appeared in Spring Break, Tag: The Assassination Game, Jocks, O'Hara's Wife, Mortuary Academy, Body and Soul (1981), The Hearse, and Relentless II: Dead On.

He is married to former actress Sage Parker-Lang, with whom he has two children.

Lang has also directed episodes of the ABC television series Greek.

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