Born: December 13, 1962
Date of Birth: December 13, 1962
Born in Albion, New York, Jim Fall attended Temple University and NYU's Film School before earning a film scholarship from The Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts.
His award-winning short films He Touched Me and Love is Deaf, Dumb and Blind were shown on the USA Cable Network as well as Nickelodeon. Fall made his feature film directorial debut with Trick (1999), starring Christian Campbell and Tori Spelling. Trick was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, as well as being Fine Line's highest grossing film of the year.
Fall has also directed for the New York stage, including The Most Beautiful Boy in the World, Blood Orgy of the Carnival Queens, Adult Themes of a Sexual Nature and Cute Boys in Their Underpants Go to France. He is the resident director for the Vortex Theatre Company and serves on their Board of Directors. On television, Fall has directed an episode of the TV series Grosse Pointe as well as a pilot titled Damaged Goods.