Edwin Sherin, TV and Pulitzer Prize-Winning theater director, died in Nova Scotia, Canada on May 5th. He was 87. Sharin graduated from Brown University and later joined the armed forces and served during the Korean War. Following his success in theater, Sherin went on to direct such films as 1971's Valdez is Coming with Burt Lancaster and My Old Man's Place with Michael Moriarty. His television directing credits include Hill Street Blues, Moonlighting and L.A. Law. He notably also served as a longtime director and executive producer on Law & Order. Sherin was married to actress Jane Alexander.
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