Emmy-winning director Peter Baldwin dies at 86


and was hired by ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ producer Sheldon Leonard. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App He returned to the U.S. After he returned to the U.S., producer Sheldon Leonard hired him to work on The Dick Van Dyke Show starting in 1964, launching his career as a TV director. Peter won a Primetime Emmy Award for directing The Wonder Years and a Cable ACE Award for Dream On. After retiring to Pebble Beach, he served on the board of the Pacific Repertory Theater in Carmel-By-The-Sea. He was 86. Top News
'Are you busy somewhere else,' Actor Prakash Raj questions Modi govt over delayed winter sessionBigg Boss 11 November 26 Weekend Ka Vaar written update: Sapna Choudhary is out of Salman Khan's showSunny Leone takes revenge on prankster who threw a snake at herPeter Baldwin, who started as an actor and went on to become a prolific TV director, died on Sunday in Pebble Beach, California. He started his journey behind the camera in Italy when he served as an assistant director under the legendary Vittorio De Sica on Woman Times Seven (1967) and A Place for Lovers (1968), which he also co-wrote. 2017-11-25T17:15:20+00:00″>
Published: November 25, 2017 5:15 pm

Peter Baldwin was 86. He went on to direct hundreds of episodes of popular shows including The Andy Griffith Show, The Partridge Family, Mary Tyler Moore and many more. He is survived by his wife, Terry, son Drew Baldwin (creator of the Streamy Awards), daughters Amy Anderson and Eleonora Baldwin, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. He also directed comedy feature film Meet Wally Sparks starring Rodney Dangerfield and produced the HBO movie “As Summers Die” starring Bette Davis, Jamie Leigh Curtis, and Scott Glenn. Peter took his last breath at his home in Pebble Beach, California, his son, Drew Baldwin, CEO of Tubefilter and creator and executive producer of the Streamy Awards, informed, according to the Hollywood Reporter.