Fred Keller
Name
Frederick King Keller
Birthplace
Buffalo, New York
Birthdate
1954
Position

Fred Keller (born Frederick King Keller in Buffalo, New York in 1954) is an American director. He helmed for the first season episode "Fixer" for the FX series Justified.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Earlier career[edit | edit source]

Keller is a director, producer and screenwriter for film and television. He is also credited under the names Frederick K. Keller, Fred K. Keller and Frederick King Keller.

As a television director, some of credits include 24, Hey Dude, House, CSI: Miami, New York Undercover, The Pretender, Numb3rs and Life.

He was a supervising producer and regular director for Boomtown in 2002. He directed five episodes for the series, which was created by Justified show runner Graham Yost. He re-teamed with Yost in 2007 as a director for his new series Raines.

A few of his film credits include Tuck Everlasting (1980) and Vamping (1984)

Justified[edit | edit source]

He helmed for the first season episode "Fixer" for the FX series Justified.

Later career[edit | edit source]

After completing his work on Justified Keller was hired as a supervising producer for Blue Bloods. He has directed regularly for Blue Bloods in its first and second seasons.

Justified credits[edit | edit source]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

Season one credits
Fire in the Hole Riverbrook Fixer Long in the Tooth The Lord of War and Thunder
The Collection Blind Spot Blowback Hatless The Hammer
Veterans Fathers and Sons Bulletville
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