Mark Joffe (born 1956) is an Australian film and television director. He has directed feature films, telemovies, and drama series.
Joffe "learned his trade at Crawford Productions", working on Carson's Law, Special Squad and Neighbours. His first major directing job was the first episode of The Great Bookie Robbery (1986).
He agreed to direct the Irish-American film The Matchmaker after gaining approval to have the script rewritten by Irish writer Graham Linehan, one of the writers of Father Ted.
|Geburtsdatum:||1956 (♑ Steinbock)|
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