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The husband of television writer Genna Yaitanes, Greg Yaitanes got his start as the director of such low-profile but high-energy action films as "Double Tap" and "Hard Justice." After moving to the television front with episodes of the syndicated female-fighting-force shows "V.I.P." and "Cleopatra 2525," Yaitanes brought his kinetic touch to CBS's circa-2000 prime-time schedule, helming installments of such series as the buddy-cop drama "Nash Bridges" and the cultural mash-up "Martial Law," the latter of which was a gig earned particularly because of his prior experience shooting hand-to-hand combat in the aforemetioned feature films. In the same way Yaitanes flourished on such cinematically inclined new-wave series as "Lost" and "Alias," his further work on legal series such as "Damages" and procedurals such as "CSI: Miami" established him as a director in tune with the contemporary idea of injecting once prosaic formats with elements of the visually sensational. In addition to helming episodes of the lurid "Bones" and the action-packed "Prison Break," Yaitanes became a producer and frequent director of FOX's medical drama "House M.D.," winning an Emmy for his lively work on the dynamically...

The husband of television writer Genna Yaitanes, Greg Yaitanes got his start as the director of such low-profile but high-energy action films as "Double Tap" and "Hard Justice." After moving to the television front with episodes of the syndicated female-fighting-force shows "V.I.P." and "Cleopatra 2525," Yaitanes brought his kinetic touch to CBS's circa-2000 prime-time schedule, helming installments of such series as the buddy-cop drama "Nash Bridges" and the cultural mash-up "Martial Law," the latter of which was a gig earned particularly because of his prior experience shooting hand-to-hand combat in the aforemetioned feature films. In the same way Yaitanes flourished on such cinematically inclined new-wave series as "Lost" and "Alias," his further work on legal series such as "Damages" and procedurals such as "CSI: Miami" established him as a director in tune with the contemporary idea of injecting once prosaic formats with elements of the visually sensational. In addition to helming episodes of the lurid "Bones" and the action-packed "Prison Break," Yaitanes became a producer and frequent director of FOX's medical drama "House M.D.," winning an Emmy for his lively work on the dynamically inward-looking episode "House's Head."

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