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Jack Bender (2015)

Jack Bender is an American television and film director, actor, television producer and writer. He was an executive producer and lead director on the ABC television series Lost, directed a number of episodes for the show, including the series finale. Bender has also directed on other popular shows such as The Sopranos, Carnivàle, Alias and Boston Public. He is currently an executive producer and a leading director on two TV Series: *Under the Dome TV Series and *The Last Ship TV Series. As an actor, Bender has guest starred on All in the Family, The Bob Newhart Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. He has co-starred in The Million Dollar Duck, Savage and McNaughton's Daughter.

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About the Jack Bender Interview

It's great to talk to everybody. I've got a book coming out, called THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM, that I'm really excited to share with everybody, so feel free to ask whatever it is you're going to ask, and I'll do my best to answer.

I've directed tons of things, from SOPRANOS to LOST, THE LAST SHIP, UNDER THE DOME, tons of things.

Victoria's is assisting over the phone.

Donald Trump won't be joining me. Even though he's very entertaining. Ask away!


I would love to do this again in a few months. And you can pre-order THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM now, check it out, I hope you dig it as much as I enjoyed making it, and the one thing I would say is I really appreciate all of your interest, and kind words about the work I've done and the work I'm continuing to do, and I hope you continue to enjoy it.

So thank you!

It's a great thing to be an artist, and have people appreciate what you do.

Jack Bender Jun 26, 2015