Daniela De Carlo kick-started 2019 directing her first primetime network television show, "Chicago Med," which aired in late March to an enthusiastic audience of executives and fans alike. It was Lesli Linka Glatter who handpicked Dani amidst thousands of applicants as a recipient of the inaugural NBC Female Forward Class, through which she got the job. Daniela's first auteur feature, "The Blackout," has entered the festival circuit while a few other projects are in development. Originally from Argentina, Daniela worked her way up from P.A. to writer/director/producer, collaborating along the way with a myriad of industry heavyweights such as Alexander Payne, Martin Scorsese, Peter Bogdanovich, David E. Kelley, the Weitz brothers, Forest Whitaker, and Tony Scott. Daniela lives in Los Angeles and is repped by Paradigm. Check out Daniela's work here!