Jerry Foley is an American Director and Supervising Producer of the LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN. He is also the Director and Producer of the web series "Live on Letterman."
Jerry Foley is a graduate of the University of Southern California. He served in a variety of technical positions during a thirteen year run at NBC including time on the "Today Show," "Saturday Night Live," local and network news, soap operas, and national sporting events. As a network Technical Director, he moved from NBC to CBS with David Letterman in 1993. In June of 1995, he succeeded Hal Gurnee as Director. He became a LATE SHOW Supervising Producer in May of 2003 while continuing as Director.
Jerry Foley has directed over 3900 hours of late night television including national and international music acts and a long list of film, theater, and sports talent. He has also directed numerous single and multi-camera comedy segments both in studio and on location. He created four of the LATE SHOW's distinctive opening title sequences.
Foley has received twenty Emmy nominations and six Directors Guild Nominations.