Steven D. Albrezzi, B.A.
Work Phone: 213.740.3317
Office: SCA 434
Steve Albrezzi’s career began as a resident new play director for the internationally acclaimed Actor's Theater of Louisville.
Albrezzi co-adapted and directed William Bradford Huey’s Ruby McCollum for the BBC, NPR and the NEA. His first short film, Fantasy in D Minor, garnered Best Director and Best of the Fest awards. Goldie Hawn’s Cosmic Entertainment and Alliance Atlantis subsequently optioned his co-adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’' play The Eclipse for CBS as a special event movie.
Albrezzi directed three seasons of It's A Miracle for NBC/PAX TV. His directing work has also been featured in the spirit segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show, the PBS series Reading Rockets - Reading and the Brain with Henry Winkler and in the NBC/PAX pilot Desperate Measures, narrated by Ed Asner. His 2007 documentary Reel Lives was featured at Benjamin Barber’s Interdependence Day in Mexico City.
He is a member of the Directors Guild of America.