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Frederick K. Keller
Name
Frederick King Keller
Birthplace
Buffalo, New York, USA
Birthdate
1954
Profession
Motion picture director and producer
Role
First
Credit(s)
11 episode(s) (see below)
Frederick K. Keller, born 1954 in Buffalo, New York, USA, is a motion picture director and producer. He is also credited under the names Frederick King Keller, Fred K. Keller and Fred Keller. He was a Supervising Producer and director for the first and second seasons of Boomtown. He has also worked with Boomtown creator Graham Yost on his subsequent series Raines and Justified. He has also worked on Blue Bloods (with Boomtown star Donnie Wahlberg) and The Pretender.

BiographyEdit

Earlier careerEdit

he made his directorial debut with the film Tuck Everlasting (1981). He went on to direct the films The Eyes of the Amaryllis (1982), Vamping (1984) and My Dark Lady (1997).

He began working in television as a regular director for Hey Dude, helming 25 episodes of the comedy series from 1989 to 1991. He then directed for the series The Pretender, 'Angel, New York Undercover, Seaquest DSV, Nash Bridges and Roswell High.

BoomtownEdit

He initially worked on the crime drama Boomtown as an episodic director. The show was created by Graham Yost, who had worked with Keller as a writer for Hey Dude. Kelelr helmed the first season's fifth episode "All Hallow's Eve" in fall 2002. He was hired as a Supervising Producer and regular director for Boomtown in early 2003, beginning with the fourteenth episode "Execution". He directed two further episodes for the first season: the sixteenth episode "Fearless" and the season finale "Lost Child".

Keller returned as a Supervising Producer and director for the second season in fall 2003. He helmed the fourth episode "Haystack" and the sixth episode "The Big Picture". The show was cancelled after "The Big Picture", making it the series finale.

Later careerEdit

As a television director, some of his other credits include 24, House, CSI: Miami, Numb3rs, and Life.

Keller re-teamed with Graham Yost in 2007 as a director for his new series Raines.

He was a director for the FX crime drama Justified, which was developed by Yost. He helmed the first season episode "Fixer".

Keller was hired as a supervising producer for the CBS crime drama Blue Bloods. The show stars Boomtown lead Donnie Wahlberg, again playing a police detective. Keller has directed regularly for Blue Bloods in its first and second seasons.

CreditsEdit

Supervising ProducerEdit

Season 1 credits
"Pilot" "Possession" "The Squeeze"
"Reelin' in the Years" "All Hallow's Eve" "The Freak"
"Insured by Smith & Wesson" "Crash" "The David McNorris Show"
"Coyote" "Monster's Brawl" "Sinaloa Cowboys"
"Home Invasion" "Execution" "Storm Watch"
"Fearless" "Blackout" "Lost Child"
Season 2 credits
"The Love of Money" "Inadmissible" "Wannabe"
"Haystack" "The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang" "The Big Picture"

DirectorEdit

Season 1 credits
"Pilot" "Possession" "The Squeeze"
"Reelin' in the Years" "All Hallow's Eve" "The Freak"
"Insured by Smith & Wesson" "Crash" "The David McNorris Show"
"Coyote" "Monster's Brawl" "Sinaloa Cowboys"
"Home Invasion" "Execution" "Storm Watch"
"Fearless" "Blackout" "Lost Child"
Season 2 credits
"The Love of Money" "Inadmissible" "Wannabe"
"Haystack" "The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang" "The Big Picture"

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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