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JEFFREY NACHMANOFF is a film and television writer/director who was born in Arlington, VA. He studied English Literature and Visual Arts at Harvard University before attending USC's School of Cinema-Television. In 2004, Nachmanoff's screenplay for the ecological disaster movie "The Day After Tomorrow" became a blockbuster hit. He made his feature directing debut with the international political thriller "Traitor," based on his own screenplay, starring Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce.

Nachmanoff has also worked extensively in television, directing the pilots for the dramas "Detroit 187" (ABC), "Chicago Fire" (NBC), and multiple episodes of "Homeland" (Showtime). He also co-wrote the pilot for "Legends" (TNT), and co-created, directed and produced the limited series "Hostages" (CBS), starring Dylan McDermott and Toni Collette.

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