Gregg Gelfand

Associate Director, 'American Idol'

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Veteran live television director; Associate Director of a number of seasons of American Idol (2007-2009), including the past two season finales, as well as We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, a number of Superbowl half-times and the Michael Jackson memorial service

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