TV director Paris Barclay has signed with UTA for representation.
Barclay has been honored as one of the top helmers in drama, having won back-to-back Emmys for his work on the Steven Bochco skein “NYPD Blue.”
His work on “Blue” also earned him two Emmy noms for producing, a DGA award, the Humanitas Prize and a Golden Globe nomination.
Separately, Barclay co-created and co-exec produced the CBS drama “City of Angels.” Other directing credits include “The West Wing” (which earned him an Emmy nom), “ER,” “The Shield,” “Fastlane” and “Clueless.”
He also directed TV movies “The Cherokee Kid” and “The Big Time,” as well as the comedy feature “Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood.”
Barclay is also managed by Steve Lovett. He was formerly repped by CAA.