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Birth Place: Profession: executive, producer, banker, attorney

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International lawyer and banker and former business manager for George Harrison who formed HandMade Films with the ex-Beatle in 1978. The successful production and distribution company has been responsible for a number of quality films, many with a typically English stamp; acclaimed HandMade products include several "Monty Python" films, beginning with "Life of Brian" (1979), Neil Jordan's "Mona Lisa" (1986) and Bruce Robinson's "Withnail & I" (1986).

International lawyer and banker and former business manager for George Harrison who formed HandMade Films with the ex-Beatle in 1978. The successful production and distribution company has been responsible for a number of quality films, many with a typically English stamp; acclaimed HandMade products include several "Monty Python" films, beginning with "Life of Brian" (1979), Neil Jordan's "Mona Lisa" (1986) and Bruce Robinson's "Withnail & I" (1986).

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Practiced law with Coudert Freres, Paris; worked as merchant banker with N.M. Rothschild & Son, London; formed financial consulting group, EuroAtlantic
1978:
Formed HandMade films production company in partnership with George Harrison
1979:
Release of first HandMade film, "Monty Python's Life of Brian"

Education

Northwestern University: Evanston , Illinois -
Washington University Law School: -
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