Stanley Livingston

Stanley Livingston

First Team Productions
Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Editor

Hollywood, California

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About Stanley

STANLEY LIVINGSTON is known to millions of TV viewers worldwide for his portrayal of “Chip Douglas” on television's second longest running situation comedy "MY THREE SONS". The classic TV Series originally aired in Prime Time for an incredible 12 year run. A total of 380 episodes produced! "MY THREE SONS" has aired continuously in the USA for 54 years - and has been seen on ABC-TV, CBS-TV - as well as the NICK-at-NITE, TV LAND, ION, HALLMARK, ODYESSEY and FAMILY CHANNEL NETWORKS. The series continues to delight audiences and is currently seen on the ME-TV NETWORK in the USA. The series is also a favorite in many countries around the world.



Mr. Livingston has also appeared in many feature films as well, including the iconic Cinerama western, HOW THE WEST WAS WON (with Debbie Reynolds, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, George Peppard… more); PLEASE DON’T EAT THE DAISIES (with Doris Day and David Niven); X-15 (with Charles Bronson and Mary Tyler Moore); RALLY ‘ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS (with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward)… and more.



Mr. Livingston has worked behind the camera for years as a Producer, Director and Writer. He is the owner of FIRST TEAM PRODUCTIONS - a Los Angeles based Production Company. The company recently produced the feature film, CHECKERS, 20 episodes of a new Children’s TV Series for PBS called CORY’S CIRCUS, THE ACTOR'S JOURNEY… more.



Mr. Livingston also produced an historic CINERAMA production titled IN THE PICTURE. This is the first production in over 50 years to actually shoot in the original 3-Strip 35mm Super-Widescreen CINERAMA Film Process. IN THE PICTURE premiered at the historic Arclight Cinerama Dome Theater in Hollywood to a rave review by esteemed critic, Leonard Maltin. Coincidentally, Mr. Livingston starred in the last CINERAMA feature film made 50 years ago… the iconic western, HOW THE WEST WAS WON.



MY THREE SONS was recently honored as the LOS ANGELS CITY COUNCIL - declared Wednesday, May 16th , "MY THREE SONS DAY in LOS ANGELES". Members of the cast and the series were honored at a special ceremony that took place inside Chambers at City Hall.



In an effort to give back to the Entertainment Industry and the next generation of actors, Mr. Livingston recently founded THE ACTOR’S JOURNEY® PROJECT. The purpose of this Landmark Project was to bring 100 distinguished and successful entertainment industry veterans such as actors Henry Winkler (Happy Days), Melissa Gilbert, (Little House on the Prairie), Michael York (Romeo & Juliet, Logan’s Run), Sherman Hemsley (The Jeffersons) and directors: Richard Donner (Superman, Lethal Weapon), Richard Rush (The Stuntman) - to name a few - together to create and teach a much needed program on the “BUSINESS SIDE of an ACTING CAREER”. THE ACTOR'S JOURNEY® PROJECT now offers actors an alternative to spending 5 to 10 years down in the trenches of the industry trying to learn the business side of their careers. Over 40 of the industry veterans who appear on-screen and teach this amazing Program have been nominated – or won - Academy®, Emmy®, Golden Globe® and other prestigious industry awards. Mr. Livingston is the Founder of The Actor’s Journey® Project and served as the Producer and Director of this 10 hour-long Program now being taught in schools, universities and available on DVD.



Currently, Mr. Livingston is developing the feature film, THE QUARRYMEN (the story of how the greatest rock group of all time - “The Beatles” - really started). Mr. Livingston will serve as the film's Producer and Director.

Awards

  • SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOTION PICTURE COUNCIL - LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
    (2013)

  • LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL - CELEBRATION AND HONORING OF THE CAST AND ICONIC TV SERIES, "MY THREE SONS" ("My Three Sons" Day in L.A)
    (2012)

  • BIZ PARENTZ C.A.R.E. AWARD - STANLEY LIVINGSTON and "THE ACTOR'S JOURNEY" & "THE ACTOR'S JOURNEY FOR KIDS" EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
    (2009)

Education

  • UCLA

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