Director Duane Clark
Duane Clark directs the series finale of CBS’ “VEGAS”. Sheriff Lamb joins forces with his nemesis Vincent Savino to bring down crooked Nevada land baron Porter Gainsley, who was behind the murder of Lamb’s wife and the attempt on Katherine’s life.
Duane Clark directs the action-packed Pilot spinoff of his 4hr miniseries “XIII: The Conspiracy” (NBC/Canal Plus), which was the highest rated original programming in the history of Canal Plus at the time it originally aired. Brought on board to launch the new series, Clark also directs episodes 3 (“Lockdown”) and 5 (“Training Camp”).Details
An intriguing and richly detailed behind-the-scenes look at the Herculean effort behind bringing a 17th Century South Pacific island to life in the jungles of 21st Century South Africa.Details
It was the kind of afternoon that aspiring Hawaii actors normally only get to dream about: The stars of the CBS drama “Hawaii Five-0,” its directors, producers and casting gatekeepers all taking their questions about landing a part. But there they were Sunday on the stage at Tenney Theatre. “Five-0” stars Alex O’Loughlin, Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim, executive producers Peter Lenkov and Brad Turner, director Duane Clark and Rachel Sutton, the show’s casting agent.Details
“This is my first time in Asia. I knew the series was popular around the world but I didn’t realize how big it was in Korea specifically. Now I understand,” he said during an interview with The Korea Times. Clark is one of the five directors who take part in the making of each season.
When asked how he felt about his win, Clark laughed and held up his trophy.
“It’s fantastic. It’s very special to win an award that has no politics attached to it,” he said.
Clark started with fantasy and science fiction works like “Highlander” and “Stargate” as a director, and also on the legal-drama show “The Practice.”
“I then began doing ‘CSI: Las Vegas’ and ‘CSI: Miami’ and I ended up doing a lot of them. Then I got a reputation for that,” he explained.Details