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November 22, 2016

Mark Cendrowski, Directors

Mark Cendrowski graduated the University of Michigan in 1981 and moved to Los Angeles with that decade's wave of stand up comics. After working with the likes of Garry Shandling, Dave Coulier, Mike Binder and Bob Saget, he joined the Directors Guild in 1986 as a stage manager.

Mark worked on various sitcoms such as Family Ties, Full House and Nurses and then started directing full time in the mid-nineties. He continued his work with comics such as Jamie Foxx, D.L. Hughley and Anthony Clark on their shows.

Mark has been nominated for two DGA awards, one Emmy, and worked the last twelve seasons on The Big Bang Theory.

updated 5.30.19

Mark Cendrowski graduated the University of Michigan in 1981 and moved to Los Angeles with that decade's wave of stand up comics. After working with the likes of Garry Shandling, Dave Coulier, Mike Binder and Bob Saget, he joined the Directors Guild in 1986 as a stage manager.

Mark worked on various sitcoms such as Family Ties, Full House and Nurses and then started directing full time in the mid-nineties. He continued his work with comics such as Jamie Foxx, D.L. Hughley and Anthony Clark on their shows.

Mark has been nominated for two DGA awards, one Emmy, and worked the last twelve seasons on The Big Bang Theory.

updated 5.30.19

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