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An accomplished TV producer and director, Larry Shaw has directed four episodes of ''Castle'': [[Reality Star Struck]], [[The Lives of Others]], [[Need To Know]] and [[The Way of the Ninja]].
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He directed 50 episodes of ''Desperate Housewives'' between 2004 and 2012, which featured [[Nathan Fillion]] as a guest star for a short time, and ''Parker Lewis Can't Lose''.  
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*[[Reality Star Struck]]
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*[[The Lives of Others]]
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*[[Need To Know]]
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*[[The Way of the Ninja]]
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==Biography==
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An accomplished TV producer and director, Larry Shaw directed 50 episodes of ''Desperate Housewives'' between 2004 and 2012, which featured [[Nathan Fillion]] as a guest star for a short time, and ''Parker Lewis Can't Lose''.  
  
 
His other credits include producing for ''Hunter'' and directing for ''Smash'', ''The X-Files'', ''Life Goes On'', ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'', which starred fellow ''Castle'' director [[Jonathan Frakes]] and guest star [[Michael Dorn]], and ''21 Jump Street.''
 
His other credits include producing for ''Hunter'' and directing for ''Smash'', ''The X-Files'', ''Life Goes On'', ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'', which starred fellow ''Castle'' director [[Jonathan Frakes]] and guest star [[Michael Dorn]], and ''21 Jump Street.''
  
 
He shared a 2005 Prime Time Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series for ''Desperate Housewives''.
 
He shared a 2005 Prime Time Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series for ''Desperate Housewives''.

Revision as of 10:59, 24 March 2014

Episodes

Director of:

Biography

An accomplished TV producer and director, Larry Shaw directed 50 episodes of Desperate Housewives between 2004 and 2012, which featured Nathan Fillion as a guest star for a short time, and Parker Lewis Can't Lose.

His other credits include producing for Hunter and directing for Smash, The X-Files, Life Goes On, Star Trek: The Next Generation, which starred fellow Castle director Jonathan Frakes and guest star Michael Dorn, and 21 Jump Street.

He shared a 2005 Prime Time Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series for Desperate Housewives.