Rod Holcomb is the award-winning director and producer of such TV movies and series as "the Pentagon Papers" and "ER. " In 1977 Holcomb began directing on the primetime series "The Six Million Dollar Man," and soon found steady work directing such shows as "Battlestar Galactica" and "Quincy, M.E.." During the late '70s Holcomb also began working as a TV producer on numerous TV series and movies, including "The Man with the Power" and "The New Adventures of Wonder Woman." During the '80s he directed the made-for-TV movies "The Cartier Affair" and "Two Fathers' Justice" and wrote and directed the 1984 thriller "The Red-Light Sting." A few years later he directed and produced multiple episodes of the Vietnam War series "China Beach," about a group of doctors, nurses, and soldiers living in a coastal military base during the Vietnam War. After directing a string of TV movies in the '90s, Holcomb returned to series television in the 2000s and worked on such hit primetime shows as "CSI: Miami" and "The West Wing." In addition to his directorial efforts on the legal drama "Shark" and the vampire series "Moonlight," Holcomb also served as executive producer on both short-lived series. In 2003 he produced and directed the critically acclaimed TV movie "The Pentagon Papers," and has since directed numerous episodes of the cult mystery series "Lost" and the legal drama "The Good Wife."