LAWRENCE SHER (Director) made his directorial debut with "Father Figures."
A Teaneck, New Jersey native and Wesleyan University graduate, Sher has been a
comedic director of photography for over 15 years. After learning his craft as a
in Los Angeles, Sher broke out as a cinematographer with the indie success of
Stein," and the Independent Spirit Award-winning "Garden State."
Since then, Sher has served as the cinematographer on a range of films,
Dogs," "Wish I Was Here," "The Dictator," and "The Big Year." He collaborated
with Todd Phillips
on the comedy "Due Date," as well as all three "Hangover" films. Most recently,
shooting on the upcoming "Godzilla" feature.
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