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Overview (1)

Born in USA

Mini Bio (1)

Jim Sadwith's TV movies, miniseries and drama series have won or been nominated for over thirty-five Emmy Awards and Golden Globes. He has been twice nominated for Emmys and won the Emmy for Best Direction with the miniseries "Sinatra." In addition Jim has twice been a DGA Award finalist and once a finalist for the Humanitas Award.

Several of his projects received special recognition. "In Broad Daylight" was singled out by TIME magazine as one of the ten best TV offerings of that year. His anthology series "Gun" was the premier show launching Trio Channel with its series "Brilliant But Cancelled." And the ABC-TV Hallmark Hall of Fame TV Movie "A Smile as Big as the Moon" was given a special award from The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences because of "its ability to inspire, inform, motivate and change lives."

- IMDb Mini Biography By: jim sadwith

Trivia (2)

Graduated from USC School of Cinema-Television (1984)
Prior to attending USC, Sadwith was the only full-time veterinarian on Martha's Vineyard (1977-78) after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

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