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Stephen D'Amato

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Stephen D'Amato, Jr. (born 18 May 1978; age 39) worked as DGA Trainee on the Star Trek: Enterprise episodes "Two Days and Two Nights" and "Shockwave". He is listed on the call sheets of the episodes.

D'Amato, Jr. was born in Worcester, Massachusetts and worked as DGA Trainee on the television series Any Day Now, Family Law, Once and Again, and The West Wing, as well as on the 2003 comedy Something's Gotta Give.

He worked as assistant director on the comedy Now You Know (2002), as second second assistant director on the drama series Joan of Arcadia, as third assistant director on the crime series Cold Case, and as second assistant director on the crime series Numb3rs (2005-2009). In 2010 he was the first assistant director for the Numb3rs episode "Arm in Arms" along with second assistant director Robin Bronner.

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