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Director specializing in intelligent, physical, and slapstick comedy driven films and TV shows, and experienced in variety/talk/game show directing. Cookie lover.
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Associate Director, Never Too Late Music Video ***VOLUME PRODUCTION***
Director, How We Met (Award: Director of the Year, Women's Film Festival-Nashville)
Director, Undercover Wrestler (Nomination: Best Comedy, Pasadena Int'l Film Fest)
Director, Breakfast Salad
Director, Grief (Starring Tisha Custodio)
Director, Recess (Brisk Fest AWARD WINNER)
Associate Director, Tomorrowland Virtual Concert Series (Sonic Films) ***VOLUME PRODUCTION***
Script Supervisor, RuPaul Drag Race (VH-1)
Associate Director, Laugh Aid 2020: Comedy Gives Back (AXS)
Associate Director, Masters of Illusion (CW)

Director, Shortlisted for CenterFrame (UK) Get It Made Program 2024
BMC Future Women of TV Participant
Best Play, "Recess" Brisk Fest
Producer's Encore Award, Best Immersive for Buzz'd Out Live!, Hollywood Fringe
Best Short Film for "Dark Specter" Geekfest Film Festival & Albuquerque Comic Con Festival
HerFilmProject Filmmaker-in-Residence Honoree

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United States
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Directors Guild of America
Producers Guild of America
IATSE Local 871
Television Academy

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Roe Moore is a director by day, cookie extraordinaire by night. Specializing in ensemble comedies and multicam sitcoms/variety/talk shows, her work includes Disney+'s talk show "Earth To Ned", VH1's RuPaul Drag Race, award-winning play "Recess", and the magic-based variety show "Masters of Illusion." She has had the pleasure to work with Joel McHale, Molly Shannon, and Whitney Cummings.

Previously, Roe has over a decade of experience as a script supervisor and associate director. She has worked with directors like Marcus Raboy, Jen McGowan, and Peter Sullivan. In addition, Roe was selected to participate in Black Magic Collective's Future Women of TV, The New Hollywood Collective, and is a featured writer for ScriptMag, Backstage, and Final Draft publications. She has mentored producers through the Producer's Guild Diversity and Inclusion Workshop and taught script supervision through Local 871 and 161, Glendale Community College, and more.

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