Tony To's early work as a producer provided him the opportunity to work with such talents as Carl Franklin and Billy Bob Thornton on "One False Move" and Robert Redford on "Grand Avenue," one of HBO's early original miniseries. Other television projects To has produced include "Earth 2," a 22-episode series from Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, "Midnight Run" and HBO's "Laurel Avenue." To made his directorial debut on "Harsh Realm," a drama series for Fox that he brought to Chris Carter, creator of "The X-Files." In 1998, To produced HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon," which won an Emmy® and Golden Globe for Outstanding Miniseries, as well as numerous other accolades. To also served as co-executive producer on HBO's "Band of Brothers." The ten-part miniseries was recognized with Emmy®, Golden Globe, Peabody and Producers Guild Awards for outstanding miniseries. In addition to producing, To also directed one episode and was honored, with the entire team of directors, with an Emmy® for directing.