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David Zimmerman (III)

David Zimmerman is a producer and casting director, known for Penn & Teller: Bullshit! (2003), Heavenly Peace (2015) and Meet the Fockers (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Penn & Teller: Bullshit! Casting Director
Meet the Fockers Dom Focker
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  Jimmy's Cafe (executive producer) / (co-producer) (announced)
  My Next Breath (Documentary) (executive producer) / (producer) (filming)
 2016-2022 Meet the Biz (TV Series) (producer - 316 episodes)
- David Dastmalchian - "Intention" (2022) ... (producer)
- Katy Kurtzman - "The Gratitude List" (2022) ... (producer)
 2020 Hunny-Bunny (Documentary short) (executive producer) / (producer)
 2012 The Dead of Night (Short) (producer)
 2012 Black Briefs (Video) (co-producer - segment "Winner Takes All", as David S. Zimmerman)
 2011/I Winner Takes All (Short) (co-producer - as David S. Zimmerman)
 2010 Hide (Short) (associate producer)
 2005 Dangerous Perceptions (associate producer)
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Alternate Names:

David S. Zimmerman | David Shea Zimmerman

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David was honored with the prestigious Media Access Award at the "25th Silver Anniversary" of the Media Access Awards. The Awards were held on October 14, 2007 at Universal Studio's Globe Theatre. Other recipients of the Awards included Stevie Wonder, Norman Lear, Boston Legal, Fern Field, Jim Troesh, Entertainment Tonight, Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, John Levey, Dancing with the Stars, Anthony E. ... See more »

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