John Pasquin
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John Pasquin directed 17 episode of "GL" in Seasons 2 and 3, also producing 14 during that time.
Basic Information
Name John Pasquin
Born (1944-11-30) November 30, 1944 (age 76)[1]
Gender Male
Occupation: Film/TV/Theatre Director, Producer
Family/Personal Information
Spouse(s): JoBeth Williams (1982-present)
Character Information
Involved with/Appeared on: George Lopez (TV series)
Job on series/
Appeared as:
Episodes involved with
Appeared in:
17 in Seasons 2 & 3 as director, 14 in Seasons 2 & 3 as producer

John Pasquin (born November 30, 1944) co-produced a total of 14 episodes of George Lopez beginning with the episode titled "Dubya, Dad, and Dating (Part 1)" in Season 2 (episode #1). He also directed 17 episodes, beginning with the Season Two episode "The Valentine's Day Massacre" (episode #14).


A director of film, television, and theatre,[2] Pasquin, a graduate of Beloit College in Wisconsin and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, began directing Broadway theatre plays in the early 1980s. He also directed TV shows such as Family Ties and Growing Pains. His producing debut came in 1991 with the hit show Home Improvement. He has directed three Tim Allen movies as well, The Santa Clause, Jungle 2 Jungle, and Joe Somebody. Also, he directed the sequel to Miss Congeniality.

Pasquin's other television directing credits include Thirtysomething, L.A. Law, , Freddie (starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Accidentally on Purpose, Rules of Engagement and Better with You.[2] In 2011, He worked with Tim Allen again, directing and producing the sitcom Last Man Standing.[3]


John is married to actress JoBeth Williams; they have two children. He also has a daughter, Sarah, from a previous marriage.[2]


External links

IMDb logo.png John Pasquin at the Internet Movie Database

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