Jeff Woolnough

Jeffrey W. Woolnough is a television and movie director, with an active career beginning in the late 1980s. Woolnough has directed multiple episodes of a variety of highly rated series, including:

  • Silk Stalkings
  • Sliders
  • Earth: Final Conflict
  • Taken (a.k.a. "Steven Spielberg Presents Taken")
  • The Outer Limits (Modern Series)
  • Dark Angel
  • NCIS
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • Bones
  • Battlestar Galactica (2004 series)
  • African Skies
  • Las Vegas
  • Supernatural
  • Being Erica
  • Dead Like Me

His non-episodic television work has included the four hour miniseries, Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story, and the made-for-TV films Céline (a biopic of Céline Dion) and Jack (a biopic of Jack Layton).

Woolnough also directed two direct-to-video sequels to Universal Soldier, entitled Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms' and Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business .

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List Of Dark Angel Episodes - Episode List - Season 2 (2001–2002)
... Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code 1 ... "Designate This" Jeff Woolnough Moira Kirland Dekker September 28, 2001 (2001-09-28) 2ADE01 Once again a prisoner of Manticore ... an Indian burial site 4 ... "Radar Love" Jeff Woolnough Michael Angeli October 26, 2001 (2001-10-26) 2ADE04 When a deadly disease outbreak in the International District is connected to a badly ... gills is pulled out of the sea by a group of fishermen 9 ... "Medium Is the Message" Jeff Woolnough Michael Angeli December 14, 2001 (2001-12-14) 2ADE09 Max and Logan discover that genetic ...

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