'The Shield' Director Scott Brazil Dies at 50
Brazil, who directed 11 episodes of "The Shield" as well as producing it, won the 2002 Golden Globe for the TV drama along with the show's creator/executive producer Shawn Ryan. Towards the end of his life, Brazil continued to work on "The Shield," using a motorised wheelchair to go about his duties.
Ryan says, "He worked (last) Thursday, working to the very last day, talking to the writers, doing casting and prepping our next episode. That's what made all this so stunning for us. We're kind of shocked."
Brazil also directed episodes of CSI, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Grey's Anatomy and Nip/Tuck. He is survived by his wife Marie and his two children Lindsay and Mark.
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