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A graduate of The University of Southern California, Jerry spent the first 13 years of his professional career with NBC. The last five of those years he served as a network Technical Director. Foley moved to CBS with David Letterman in 1993 and succeeded Hal Gurnee as Director of Late Show in June of 1995.
Jerry Foley has directed over 2600 hours of late night television. In that time The Late Show with David Letterman has traveled to several U.S cities in addition to London, England and Tuzla, Bosnia.
Late Show productions have also included ambitious outdoor events on Manhattan's 53rd street, the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater and atop the theater's Broadway marquee. Foley has directed over 2500 national and international music acts as well as a lengthy list of film, theater and sports talent. He has directed numerous single and multi camera comedy segments both in studio and on location. He also created three of the show's distinctive opening title sequences.
Jerry Foley has received five Emmy nominations and six Directors Guild Award nominations. In May of 2003 he became a Producer of Late Show while continuing as Director. He resides in Manhattan with his wife Ann Marie and son Quinn.