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Jay Roach is an award-winning film director, prolific producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for directing the "Austin Powers" films, the biographical drama "Trumbo," and "Meet the Parents." He has won numerous Primetime Emmy Awards for his television direction, including Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special for the HBO political drama "Recount," he co-produced "Game Change" with Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg’s "All the Way" in 2016.  He produces under his Everyman Pictures Production Company banner based in Santa Monica.

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Pete Hammond and award-winning director Jay Roach in lively conversation with the audience.
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Jay Roach and Pete Hammond at the preview screening of Bombshell.
2/2 Jay Roach and Pete Hammond at the preview screening of Bombshell.

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