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Dime Davis

Dime Davis is an Emmy-nominated director and writer based in Los Angeles. Most recently, she served as writer and consulting producer for The First Lady on Showtime, starring Viola Davis, Gillian Anderson, and Michelle Pieffer. Dime also directed and Co-Executive Produced HBO’s A Black Lady Sketch Show, where she directed the entirety of Season 1 and received two Emmy nominations for her work.

Dime served as the pilot and finale director for Season 1 of Lena Waithe’s Boomerang. Her work was so integral to the series that she was made showrunner and executive producer for Season 2, writing and directing half of the season’s episodes. Dime’s additional television credits include Amazon’s Modern Love, The Chi, and ABC’s acclaimed Abbott Elementary starring Quinta Brunson and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

In addition to her television and film work, Dime has directed for brands including Square, Old Spice, Nissan, and Disney.

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