Derrick Tseng

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Biography


DERRICK TSENG has been involved in NY film and television production for 25 years, first as union lighting technician, then as 1st AD and production manager, later as line producer and producer.

He has produced, among other projects, David Gordon Green’s Joe and Prince Avalanche; Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse, Life During Wartime, and Palindromes; Nate Meyer’s See Girl Run; Bertha Pan’s Almost Perfect; and Comedy Central’s Stella. He has co-produced or line produced numerous feature films, including Adrienne Shelly’s Sudden Manhattan, Kevin Smith’s Chasing Amy, Brad Anderson’s Happy Accidents, Peter Lauer’s Cry Baby Lane, Patrick Stettner’s The Business of Strangers, Bertha Pan’s Face, David Gordon Green’s All the Real Girls and Snow Angels, Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato’s Party Monster, Steve Buscemi’s Lonesome Jim, Robert Altman’s Tanner on Tanner, David Wain’s The Ten, and Clark Gregg’s Choke.

Tseng was born in Queens, NY. He attended NYU’s Graduate Film Program, and holds an M.A. in English and Comparative Literature from NYU and a B.A. in English and Art History from Columbia University. He lives in Brooklyn.