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As a child, made Super 8 movies
After college, promised parents to attend USC as a joint film and law student; met Alan J. Pakula at a party
Began showbiz career as assistant to director Alan J. Pakula on "Comes a Horseman" (1978)
First credit, as associate producer on the Pakula-directed comedy "Starting Over"
Scouted Europe looking for an actress to star in "Sophie's Choice"; recommended Magda Vasaryova; financing fell through; Meryl Streep later cast in the title role of the 1982 feature
Formed Red Wagon Entertainment
Debut as producer, the Mike Nichols-directed "Working Girl"; received Best Picture Oscar nomination
Reteamed with Nichols for "Wolf"
Produced the teen supernatural drama "The Craft"
Had misstep with "Hush", starring Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow
Enjoyed box-office and critical success with the family film "Stuart Little" and the grittier "Girl, Interrupted"
Produced the epic "Gladiator"; earned Best Picture Academy Award
Was producer on "Spy Game"
Produced the sequel "Stuart Little 2"
Served as a producer on the film adaptation of the best-selling novel "Memoirs of a Geisha" (lensed 2002)
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Yale College, Yale University:
New Haven , Connecticut
Lucy Fisher. Executive.
Charles Wick. Producer, businessman. Former head of USIA.
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