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Rod Holcomb
Rod Holcomb
Name
Rod Holcomb
Birthplace
USA
Birthdate
Position
Episode director

Rod Holcomb is an American motion picture director, producer, and writer. He is an episode director for Justified. He helmed the first season episode "The Collection". He also directed the films on Chains of Gold (1991), Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1998), The Education of Max Bickford (2001), and The Pentagon Papers (2003).

BiographyEdit

Earlier careerEdit

He has directed episodes of television series such as Quincy, M.E., The Six Million Dollar Man, Battlestar Galactica, Fantasy Island, The A-Team (he directed the double pilot episode), ER, The District, The Lyon's Den, Lost, Invasion, Moonlight, Shark, The Pentagon Papers, The Education of Max Bickford, China Beach, Wiseguy, The Equalizer, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, The Devlin Connection, The Greatest American Hero, Hill Street Blues and Numb3rs.

In 1986, he directed the TV film Blind Justice, starring Tim Matheson.

In 2010 Holcomb directed the episodes "Conjugal" for the first season of CBS legal drama The Good Wife. In the same year he directed the television film adaptation, The 19th Wife, based on the novel of the same name.

JustifiedEdit

He joined the crew of Justified as an episode director for the first season in 2010. He helmed the episode "The Collection".

Later careerEdit

He has gone on to direct episodes of Law & Order: Los Angeles and Rizzoli & Isles.

Justified creditsEdit

DirectorEdit

Season one credits
Fire in the Hole Riverbrook Fixer Long in the Tooth The Lord of War and Thunder
The Collection Blind Spot Blowback Hatless The Hammer
Veterans Fathers and Sons Bulletville

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External linksEdit

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