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Andy Cadiff is a Director American born on 27 may 1955

Andy Cadiff

Andy Cadiff
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Nationality USA
Birth 27 may 1955 (63 years)

Andrew "Andy" Cadiff is an American film director, television director, television producer and theatre director.

He has directed episodes of a number of notable television series including Home Improvement, Spin City, My Wife and Kids, Growing Pains, According to Jim, The War at Home, and Quintuplets.

He also directed the films Leave It to Beaver (1997), his theatrical film directing directing debut. and Chasing Liberty (2004), starring Mandy Moore.

He also directed the 1988 Broadway musical Mail starring Michael Rupert.

Cadiff married actress Susan Diol in 2003, they divorced in 2010. He is a graduate of Harvard University.

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Filmography of Andy Cadiff (3 films)

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A Bunch of Amateurs, 1h36
Directed by Andy Cadiff
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about television
Actors Burt Reynolds, Imelda Staunton, Derek Jacobi, Samantha Bond, Michael Wildman, Lucy Akhurst
Rating61% 3.0508553.0508553.0508553.0508553.050855
A leading Hollywood star is attracted to Britain to play the title role in King Lear at "Stratford" believing he will be appearing onstage at the prestigious RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Instead he finds he has signed on with the "Stratford Players" in the Suffolk village of Stratford St John. He goes to Britain with his career on the downturn and having problems with his daughter who is an aspiring actress on the fringes of the New York theatre world. The local villagers are somewhat of a motley crew and are naturally delighted to have such an - albeit fading - star playing with them. Reynolds plays a typically brash American with no time for manners, and displays an appalling lack of class, considering himself too big for this lowly setting. The transition to humble actor, happy to play with the British actors takes some time, but eventually Reynolds is reconciled with his estranged daughter and accepts that he is no better, in terms of spirit and enthusiasm, than his amateur colleagues.
Chasing Liberty, 1h51
Directed by Andy Cadiff
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Political films
Actors Mandy Moore, Matthew Goode, Jeremy Piven, Stark Sands, Annabella Sciorra, Mark Harmon
Rating61% 3.0504353.0504353.0504353.0504353.050435
Anna Foster (Mandy Moore) is the daughter of President of the United States James Foster (Mark Harmon). After Secret Service agents ruin a first date, Anna demands less supervision. For his upcoming trip to Prague, the president agrees to assign only two agents to watch over Anna, whose Secret Service codename is Liberty. In Prague, Anna and her friend Gabrielle La Clare (Beatrice Rosen) attend a concert, where Anna discovers numerous agents in the crowd. Believing her father has broken his promise, Anna eludes her protectors with Gabrielle's help. Outside the theater, she asks Ben Calder (Matthew Goode) for a ride on his motorbike. Unknown to Anna, Ben is a Secret Service agent, and he informs agents Alan Weiss (Jeremy Piven) and Cynthia Morales (Annabella Sciorra) where she can be found. When the president learns of her behavior, he instructs Ben to guard Anna without revealing his true identity, to give her the illusion of freedom with a guarantee of safety.
Leave It to Beaver, 1h24
Directed by Andy Cadiff
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Adventure
Actors Christopher McDonald, Janine Turner, Cameron Finley, Erik von Detten, Erika Christensen, Adam Zolotin
Rating52% 2.6015452.6015452.6015452.6015452.601545
Beaver (Cameron Finley) gets his heart set on a bicycle in a store window, but does not think his parents will shell out that money for it. Eddie Haskell (Adam Zolotin) tells him that if he sucks up to his father (Christopher McDonald), by signing up for football, he will be sure to get it on his upcoming birthday. He enrolls on the football team and doggedly endures the practices, despite his disadvantage of being smaller than most his teammates. As Eddie predicted, Ward is glad Beaver signed up for football, as evidenced by a brief fantasy Ward has of Beaver making a touchdown while several professional football players all fail to tackle him. However, the first game of the season ends poorly when he passes the ball to a kid on the opposing team when he mistakingly remembered him as a friend from summer camp. On the first day of school five days later, Ward and June (Janine Turner) tell Wally to drop Beaver off and pick him up for a few days because he has never ridden his bike there before. At school he sits beside a very pretty girl named Susan Akatsu (Brenda Song) and has a kind teacher named Miss Landers (Grace Phillips). After school Eddie asks Wally to come to the soda shop to see him flirt with Karen (Erika Christensen). Eddie does not want Beaver to follow them, so Wally leaves him alone at the bike rack telling him he will be back in a second.