|Directed Eddie Murphy and Robert De Niro in the action comedy "Showtime"|
|Raised in New England|
|Moved to L.A. to attend the American Film Institute|
|While studying at the American Film Institute, worked as an intern at American Cinematography; wrote several articles|
|Directed an episode of the stylized Showtime vampire series "The Hunger"|
|Directed Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker in the romantic comedy, "Failure to Launch"|
|Produced and directed the live-action film based on the comic strip "Marmaduke," featuring the voices of Owen Wilson and George Lopez|
|Feature film debut as director, "Shanghai Noon"|
|Signed to a commercials director contract by Ridley Scott Associates|
|Spent two years in Paris studying at the Centre des Etudes Critiques|
|Center For Advanced Film Studies, American Film Institute|
|Centre des Etudes Critiques|
|"As a commercials director you're sent the worst scripts that are out there. Try to look past the language and all the awful things you see; if you can find the kernel of something interesting that you can develop, go for it." --Tom Dey quoted at a October 23, 2001 Directors Guild of America discussion posted on DGA.org.|
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