David Andrew Leo Fincher (born August 28, 1962) is an American film director. Known for his psychological thrillers, his films have received thirty nominations at the Academy Awards including three for him as Best Director.
Born in Denver, Colorado, Fincher developed a passion for filmmaking at an early age. He first gained recognition from directing numerous music videos, most notably Madonna's "Express Yourself" in 1989 and "Vogue" in 1990, both of which won him the MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction. He made his feature film debut with Alien 3 (1992), which garnered mixed reviews, followed by the thriller Seven (1995), which was better received. Fincher found lukewarm success with The Game (1997) and Fight Club (1999), with the latter eventually becoming a cult classic. In 2002, he returned to prominence with the thriller Panic Room starring Jodie Foster.
|Born Name:||David Andrew Leo Fincher|
|Born:||Aug 28, 1962 in Denver, CO, United States|
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