David Fincher

Fincher in 2023 David Andrew Leo Fincher (born August 28, 1962) is an American film director. His films, most of which are psychological thrillers, have collectively grossed over $2.1 billion worldwide and have received numerous accolades, including three Academy Awards for Best Director nominations for him. He has also received four Primetime Emmy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a BAFTA Award, and a Golden Globe Award.

Fincher co-founded the production company Propaganda Films in 1986. He directed numerous music videos for the company, including Madonna's "Express Yourself" in 1989 and "Vogue" in 1990, both of which won him the MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction. He received two Grammy Awards for Best Music Video for "Love Is Strong" (1994) by the Rolling Stones and "Suit & Tie" (2013) by Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z.

He made his feature film debut with ''Alien 3'' (1992) and gained his breakthrough with ''Seven'' (1995). He has since directed ''The Game'' (1997), ''Fight Club'' (1999), ''Panic Room'' (2002), ''Zodiac'' (2007), ''The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'' (2011), ''Gone Girl'' (2014), and ''The Killer'' (2023). He received nominations for the Academy Award for Best Director for the dramas ''The Curious Case of Benjamin Button'' (2008), ''The Social Network'' (2010), and ''Mank'' (2020).

In television, Fincher has served as an executive producer and director for the Netflix series ''House of Cards'' (2013–2018) and ''Mindhunter'' (2017–2019), winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for the pilot episode of the former. He also executive produced and co-created the Netflix animated series ''Love, Death & Robots'' (2019–present) which received three Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program. Provided by Wikipedia
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