John Llewellyn Moxey
Miami Vice Director
February 26, 1925, Argentina
Jane Moxey (1970-present), two children

John Llewelyn Moxey (born February 26, 1925) directed the episode "Heart of Darkness" in the series Miami Vice.


Moxley was born in Argentina. He directed numerous movies and TV shows over his career, starting as an assistant director for the movies When You Come Home and The Hills of Donegal, then began directing on British TV in 1955, including shows such as The Avengers and The Saint, then moved to the United States in the late 1960s, where he remained until his retirement in 1991.

Below is a selected filmography of his American directorial assignments:

  • N.Y.P.D. (TV, 1967)
  • Judd For The Defense (TV, 1968)
  • The Name of the Game (TV, 1969)
  • Hawaii Five-O (TV, 1970)
  • Mission: Impossible (TV, 1969-72, seven episodes)
  • Mannix (TV, 1968-74, ten episodes)
  • Kung Fu (TV, 1973-74, three episodes, with Keye Luke, episode with Rosana DeSoto)
  • Magnum, P.I. (TV, 1984-86, six episodes)
  • Murder, She Wrote (TV, 1984-91, 18 episodes)

Personal LifeEdit

Moxey retired from directing in 1991, and lives with his wife Jane (1970-present) and they have two children.

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