Thomas Schlamme Bio

Thomas Schlamme (Thomas David Schlamme) is an American television director. He is best known particularly for his collaborations together with Aaron Sorkin. Thomas is also known for his work as executive producer on The West Wing and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip as well as his work as a director on Sports Night.

Thomas Schlamme Age

Schlamme was born on 22 May 1950, in Houston, Texas, United States. He is 69 years old as of 2019.

Thomas Schlamme Height|Weight

Schlamme stands at a height of 1,60m. he weighs 69kg.

Thomas Schlamme Net Worth

Thomas information about his net worth is still under review and yet to be revealed. However, Thomas being a producer and a director he earns a huge amount of net worth.

Thomas Schlamme Wife|Married| Christine Lahti

Thomas lives in Los Angeles together with his wife, actress Christine Lahti, and their three children. After dating each other for more than a year, they decided to get married. Astoundingly, the duo is still holding each other and still going strong. The two are an inspiration to lots of young love birds all around the world.

Thomas Schlamme Photo

However, Thomas seems to be a very loyal and dedicated person as there is no any affairs, rumors and controversy regarding his personal life and love life. Apparently, Schlamme has a very good relationship with his family and is going very strong to date. Schlamme is the step-brother of attorney Solomon Wisenberg, who was Ken Starr’s deputy when Bill Clinton was being Impeachment and questioned the president during the grand jury interview. Thomas is the uncle of producer Dylan K. Massin, who produced 43 episodes of The West Wing, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, and other television series.

Thomas Schlamme Children

Schlamme together with his wife Christine Lahti shares three children namely, Emma Schlamme, Joe Schlamme and Wilson Schlamme.

Thomas Schlamme Production

Thomas moved from his native Houston to New York City in 1973. After serving in many low-level positions for production companies, Thomas founded his own company, Schlamme Productions, in 1980. From there, Schlamme produced campaigns for a number of musicals, including Cats. He then directed the first “I Want My MTV!” advertising campaign in 1981 for producer Buzz Potamkin, and a singer/songwriter Amy Grant’s 1985 music video “Find a Way” for producers Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman.

Throughout the 1980s, Thomas produced a number of specials on various entertainers which included Whoopi Goldberg and Rowan Atkinson. Beginning in the late 1990s, he served as producer for shows such as Tracey Takes On… and has also directed shows such as Ally McBeal, Boston Public, Friends, ER and Shaun Cassidy’s cult favourite science fiction TV show Invasion. Thomas is an executive producer of the American crime drama television series Snowfall which aired on FX in July 2017.

Thomas Schlamme Director

Thomas made his directing debut together with Miss Firecracker in 1989. He later directed the 1993 comedy film So I Married an Axe Murderer, starring Mike Myers. Thomas also directed the pilot episode of Spin City and What’s Alan Watching? He worked on the TV series Parenthood for NBC including the now-cancelled Pan Am for ABC. He has also directed several episodes of the 2014 series Manhattan. In 2017 Schelamme was elected president of the Directors Guild of America.