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McNeill began his directing career with several episodes of Voyager . [12] He then wrote, produced, and directed two award-winning short films, The Battery and 9mm of Love , [1] [13] and began to direct other episodic television shows. While he has since performed as a guest star on television shows like The Outer Limits and Crossing Jordan , McNeill is now focusing on his directing career, helming episodes of Dawson's Creek , Everwood , Star Trek: Enterprise , Dead Like Me , The . , One Tree Hill , Las Vegas , Summerland , and Supernatural . His directing credits for 2006–2007 include episodes of Desperate Housewives , Medium , Standoff , The Nine , The Knights of Prosperity , In Case of Emergency , What About Brian and My Boys . In 2007, he directed the season 5 premiere of Las Vegas , the pilot of Samantha Who? (which features his Star Trek: Voyager co-star Tim Russ ) and then signed on as a producer-director of the NBC show Chuck , helming numerous episodes, including the first episode of a television show to be broadcast entirely in 3D . In 2010, McNeill directed an episode of V , an ABC science fiction television series produced by Scott Rosenbaum, a former writer and executive producer on Chuck . [14] [15]

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