Storage Wars: New York
This new expansion to the hit A&E franchise features a colorful group of Gotham buyers. Eddie is supervising producer.
Who Do You Think You Are? Eddie directed the Jason Sudeikis episode for Season 3 of NBC’s celebrity genealogy series. The episode, praised by fans for its strong emotional arc, is available here along with a deleted scene.
In the fall of 2009, Eddie directed reality stars Trista & Ryan Sutter, Alana Stewart and psychic extraordinaire James Van Praagh for the E! hourlong doc/reality special, “Psychic Hollywood: The Search for Truth.” Eddie also served as the show’s supervising producer, and braved the wilds of Vail, Colorado and the charred Angeles National Forest, among [...]
2009 (and the multitalented Jeffrey Schwarz) brought Eddie back to the Starz/Encore family, to yak about nasty thangs and dirty movies in the hourlong special “Sex And The Cinema,” alongside Jennifer Tilly, Paul Verhoeven, Ron Shelton, and Jason Mewes of Kevin Smith fame. SEX premiered at the Hollywood Film Festival in October 2009, and on [...]
Irreverent film-lover and master documentarian Jeffrey Schwarz (SPINE TINGLER: THE WILLIAM CASTLE STORY; WRANGLER) directs this smart and savage look at the birth, rise, and ubiquitous influence of so-called “grossout” humor. Eddie is a featured interviewee, alongside John Waters, Jason Biggs, David Ansen, Chris Gore, Peter Riegert, Stephen Furst, Lin Shaye and Adam Rifkin. Eddie’s [...]
Eddie has appeared on G4′s daily talker several times, and is always ready with a pop culture reference, a quip, and an interesting shirt.
Mr. Schmidt has frequently found himself ‘out in the wild’ at E! Entertainment, directing and producing the comedy special “Wildest TV Commercial Moments” in 2008, and returning as supervising producer for 2009′s comedy series “Wildest TV Show Moments,” featuring across the board wild-osity.
Eddie directed the pilot “Mortified” for HBO & Lionsgate in winter 2008 and a pilot for “The Finger,” based on his book, for IFC in 2006.
During its third season (2001-2002), Eddie was a senior segment producer for the syndicated TV series “Blind Date.” This basically meant that he took a mound of raw footage and from that, wrote and produced the resulting “date” top-to-bottom: thought bubbles, wacky graphics, and all.