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Alex Hall

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Alex Hall is a film and television editor and director. He is an Editor and Director for HBO's The Deuce. He edited the pilot episode and the episode "Show and Prove" for the first season. He also served as a second unit director for the pilot episode. He also directed the episode "I See Money". Hall worked with The Deuce creators David Simon and George Pelecanos on their earlier series The Wire and Treme. He joined the crew of The Wire as an editor for the fourth season in 2006. He returned for the fifth and final season in 2008.

He joined the crew of Treme as an editor for the first season in 2010. He returned as an editor for the second season in 2011. He made his directorial debut on Treme in 2012, helming the third season episode "I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say". He returned for the fourth and final season in 2013, directing the episode "Sunset on Louisianne". He continued to edit episodes throughout the third and fourth seasons.

He has also edited multiple episodes of Blue Bloods and True Detective.