David Anspaugh
Miami Vice Director
September 24, 1946, Decatur, Indiana
Roma Downey (1995-98, divorced), one daughter

David Anspaugh (born September 24, 1946) is an American producer and director, who directed the episodes "Golden Triangle (Part II)" and "Rites of Passage" for the series Miami Vice.


Anspaugh was born in Decatur, Indiana. He began his career directing the short-lived 1979 series Paris (created by Steven Bochco), then followed Bochco to his next series, Hill Street Blues, where he served as director, producer, and associate producer (and won two Emmys for Best Drama Series with Anthony Yerkovich). He then directed episodes of St. Elsewhere before making his film directorial debut in the sports movie Hoosiers, then another sports movie followed, Rudy (with Charles S. Dutton), and his most recent director role, in the TV series The Bedford Diaries in 2006.

Personal LifeEdit

Anspaugh married actress Roma Downey (Touched By An Angel) in 1995 until their divorce in 1998. They have one daughter, Reilly Marie, that Downey's co-star in Angel, Della Reese, is the godmother of.

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