David Chase Bio, Age, Married, Gay, children, Family, Net Worth, Movies & TV Series

David Chase real name, David Henry Chase, is an American screenwriter, director, and television producer born August 22, 1945 in Mount Vernon, New York. He is best known for writing and producing The Sopranos, the HBO drama that aired between 1999 and 2007 for six seasons. For shows like The Rockford Files, I’ll Fly Away, and Northern Exposure, Chase has also produced and written. He created the original Almost Grown series that aired in 1988 and 1989 for 10 episodes. He’s been winning seven Emmy Awards.

David Chase Biography

David Chase real name, David Henry Chase, is an American screenwriter, director, and television producer born August 22, 1945 in Mount Vernon, New York. He is best known for writing and producing The Sopranos, the HBO drama that aired between 1999 and 2007 for six seasons. For shows like The Rockford Files, I’ll Fly Away, and Northern Exposure, Chase has also produced and written. He created the original Almost Grown series that aired in 1988 and 1989 for 10 episodes. He’s been winning seven Emmy Awards.

David Chase children

Chase is the father of actress Michele DeCesare

David Chase age

Chase is 73 years old born 22 August 1945.

David Chase Married | David Chase Gay | Gay David Chase

Chase  married his high school sweetheart Denise Kelly.

David Chase Family

Chase is the son to Henry Chase a hardware store owner.

David Chase Education

Chase graduated from NYU in 1968.

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Sopranos David Chase | David Chase Sopranos Ending

The Sopranos is David Chase’s created American crime drama television series. The story revolves around Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), an Italian-American mobster based in New Jersey, and portrays the difficulties he faces as he attempts to balance his family life with his role as a criminal organization leader. These are explored with psychiatrist Jennifer Melfi (Lorraine Bracco) during his therapy sessions. In prominent roles, the series features family members of Tony, mafia colleagues, and rivals — most notably his wife, Carmela.

David Chase Net Worth

Chase has a net worth of $80 Million.

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David Chase Career

Chase began as a story editor for Kolchak in Hollywood before creating and developing The Sopranos: The Night Stalker and produced episodes of The Rockford Files and Northern Exposure, among others. He also worked as a nineteen-episode writer while on The Rockford Files— a show he has been working on for more than four years in various capacities.[4] He has won several Emmy awards, including one for a TV movie, Off the Minnesota Strip, the story of a runaway he wrote in 1980. Before creating and developing The Sopranos: The Night Stalker, Chase started as a story editor for Kolchak in Hollywood and produced episodes of The Rockford Files and Northern Exposure, among others. He also worked on The Rockford Files as a nineteen-episode writer— a show he has been working on in various capacities for over four years. He has won several Emmy awards, including one for a TV film, the story of a runaway he wrote in 1980, Off the Minnesota Strip.

David Chase Movies And TV Shows

TV Shows

Year

Title

Director

Writer

Producer

Actor

1971

The Bold Ones: The Lawyers

Yes

1974

The Magician

Yes

1974–1975

Kolchak: The Night Stalker

Yes

1975–1976

Switch

Yes

1976–1980

The Rockford Files

Yes

Yes

1980

The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo

Story

1980

Off the Minnesota Strip

Yes

Yes

1982

Moonlight

Yes

Executive

1986

Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Yes

Yes

1988–1989

Almost Grown

Yes

Executive

1991–1992

I’ll Fly Away

Yes

Yes

Executive

1994

Northern Exposure

Story

Executive

1996

The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits…

Supervising

1996

The Rockford Files: Godfather Knows Best

Yes

Supervising

1996

The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play

Supervising

1996

The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime

Yes

Yes

Supervising

1999–2007

The Sopranos

Yes

Yes

Executive

Yes

2017

BoJack Horseman

Yes

Movies

Year Title Director Writer Producer
2012 Not Fade Away Yes Yes Yes
1972 Grave of the Vampire Yes

David Chase News

Aaron Sorkin and David Chase among the writers who support WGA in fight with agents

Ratcheting up the pressure in its fight with Hollywood talent agencies, the Writers Guild of America has released a statement of support from hundreds of its members who are saying that they intend to vote in favor this week of a new code of conduct that would limit agency practices, including the packaging of productions.

Aaron Sorkin, David Chase and Norman Lear were among the approximately 800 writers who signed the statement, which was released Saturday. Other prominent signatories include Tina Fey, David Simon, Diane English, Richard LaGravenese and Robert Towne.

Some notable filmmakers who are also WGA members have also signed the statement, including Alfonso Cuaron, Oliver Stone, Peter Jackson and James L. Brooks.

The WGA is scheduled to hold the vote starting Wednesday, with voting set to conclude Sunday. The proposed code of conduct would effectively ban talent agencies from the longstanding practice of collecting packaging fees. It would also put an end to the more recent trend of agencies becoming TV and film production entities.

The guild has said its members will fire their agents if they don’t agree to adhere to the code by April 6. The unprecedented fight has put Hollywood on edge as the two sides continue to negotiate in the days leading up to the deadline. Little progress had been made and the two sides remain far apart on key issues.

Among the biggest points of contention are packaging fees, the percentages that agencies earn on a project for bringing together talent. The WGA is arguing that agents have become more concerned about maximizing fees than representing their clients, while the agencies have said that writers earn more on packaged projects.

The WGA is also arguing that agencies face a conflict of interest when producing TV shows and movies, since agencies are now able to both employ and represent talent on a project. Agencies say that they can manage the conflicts by more closely involving talent’s managers and attorneys.

The conflict marks the first time since 1976 that writers and agents have sat down to hammer out a new deal.

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