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Marc Webb

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Role: Director and executive producer of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" — Show debut: "Josh Just Happens to Live Here!"
Other work: "500 Days of Summer ", "The Amazing Spider-Man "

BioEdit

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Someone at Showtime knew that this would be right up Marc Webb’s alley, naturally since he directed 500 Days of Summer, and we sent him the script. He’s a big deal so I was like, “Ah, whatever happens…” But then we heard that Marc really loved it and wants to do it. He’s a fantastic person. He’s just been awesome to work with.
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Rachel Bloom, Splitsider

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Marc Webb
Marc Preston Webb is an American music video, television and movie director. He was born on born on August 31, 1974 in Bloomington, Indiana, to Margaret Ruth (née Stocker) and Norman Lott Webb. He was raised in Madison, Wisconsin and graduated from Madison West High School in 1992. After attending Colorado College and the University of Wisconsin–Madison he graduated with an English degree. He is best known for his directorial debut film "500 Days of Summer " along with the summer blockbusters "The Amazing Spider-Man " and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ". Webb directed the first episode of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and is credited as an executive producer. His company "Webbterfuge" is also listed as having produced the first Season of episodes. He returned in 2016 to direct the premiere episode of Season Two.

FilmographyEdit

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2015 "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Director, Executive Producer Directed the pilot
Credited as Executive Producer
2015 "Limitless (TV show)" Executive Producer
2012 "Battleground " Executuve producer Hulu original series
2010 "The Office " Director Directed the episode "The Manager and the Salesmen "
2010 "Lone Star " Director Directed pilot
Feature Films
Year Title Role
2014 "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" Director
2012 "The Amazing Spider-Man" Director
2009 "500 Days of Summer' Director
Videos shorts and Documentaries
Year Title Role Notes
2014 "My Chemical Romance: May Death Never Stop You" Director Video
2005 "Jesse McCartney: Up Close" Director Video
2005 "Hilary Duff: Wake Up" Director Music video
2003 "Seascape" Director Documentary short
2002 "3 Doors Down: Away from the Sun" Director Documentary short
2000 "No Doubt: Return of Saturn" Director Documentary
1999 "Tim Easton: Special 20" Director Documentary short
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Writers

Rachel BloomAline Brosh McKenna · Rene Gube · Sono Patel · Audrey Wauchope · Rachel Specter · Michael Hitchcock · Dan Gregor · Doug Mand · Elisabeth Kiernan Averick

Directors

Marc Webb · Steven Tsuchida · Joanna Kerns · Kabir Akhtar

Music

Adam Schlesinger · Jack Dolgen · Steven M. Gold

Other

Kathryn Burns (Choreographer) · Dominique Kelley (Assistant Choreographer) · Kabir Akhtar (Editing) · Melina Root (Wardobe & Costumes)

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