Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Claudio Guzman Biography (1927-)
Full name, Claudio Elias Guzman; born August 2, 1927, in Rancagua, Chile; came to United States, 1951; son of Guillermo and Maria Elena (Jimenez) Guzman;married Anna Maria Alberghetti (divorced, 1972); married Micki McAuliffe, December 23, 1981; children: (first marriage) Alejandra, Pilar.
- Birth Details
- August 2, 1927
- Rancagua, Chile
Credits; TELEVISION WORK; SERIES
- Art director, The Ray Bolger Show (also known as Where's Raymond?), CBS,c. 1954.
- Director (with Rod Amateau, Don Weis, James Sheldon, Gary Nelson, and Bruce Bilson), The Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1963-66.
- Producer (with Sidney Sheldon) and director (with others), I Dream of Jeannie, NBC, 1965-70.
- Director and producer, The Good Life, NBC, 1971-72.
- Executive producer, producer, and creator, Villa Alegre, PBS, 1974-77.
- Director (with others), Three for the Road, CBS, 1975.
- Director (with H. Wesley Kenney, Walter C. Miller, and Al Schwartz), FarOut Space Nuts, CBS, 1975-77.
Credits; TELEVISION WORK; EPISODIC
- Director (with others), California Fever, CBS, 1979.
- Director (with others), Here's Boomer, NBC, 1980.
- Director (with others), Harper Valley P.T.A., NBC, 1981.
- Director, Starman, ABC, 1986-87.
- Also directed, with others, episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, andThe Desilu Playhouse, CBS.
Credits; TELEVISION WORK; MOVIES
- Art director and production designer, Bernadette, CBS, 1957.
- Producer, The Feminist and the Fuzz, ABC, 1971.
- Production designer, And I Alone Survived, NBC, 1978.
- Director (with Joan Darling), Willa, CBS, 1979.
- Director and production designer, The Hostage Tower, CBS, 1980.
- Production designer, Sidney Sheldon's "Windmills of the Gods," CBS, 1988.
- Also production designer, Rainbow Drive (movie), 1990; worked on films produced in Chile, including La Madre Tia, and Via Los Romos.
Credits; OTHER TELEVISION WORK
- Director, The Desilu Revue (special), CBS, 1959.
- Director, The Two of Us (pilot), CBS, 1966.
- Director, For Lovers Only (pilot), ABC, 1982.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; MOVIES
- Rosa, Agatha Christie's "Murder In Three Acts", CBS, 1986.
Credits; FILM WORK
- Art director (with Rolland Brooks), The Caretakers (also known as BorderLines), United Artists, 1963.
- Art director, Touched by Love (also known as To Elvis with Love), Columbia, 1980.
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