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Mel Damski (1946)

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Melvin "Mel" Damski is an American director and producer of film and television.

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Damski was born in Manhattan, New York and is of Russian Jewish heritage. He has two brothers and one sister. Damski grew up in New York and attended Colgate University on a football scholarship. He was a reporter for Long Island Newsday before moving to Los Angeles to attend the American Film Institute in 1972.

Currently Damski is the Producing-Director of "Psych" in addition to a teacher of film and television at NYU. He is also president of Lyrique Wine Company, a small family-owned winery.

In 1998, Damski was nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary, and short subjects for the film Still Kicking: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies which was made in 1997. He shared it with Andrea Blaugrund.

In 1981, Damski was nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding directing in a drama series for the film American Dream.

In 1979, Damski was nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding directing in a drama series for the television series Lou Grant for the episode 'Murder'.

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