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Wurtzel began his career designing for the stage, spending four years with San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater before commencing film work in the mid-1970s. His designs have ranged from Brooklyn's Jewish neighborhoods of the 40s ("Brighton Beach Memoirs" 1986) to Manhattan in the late 70s ("Times Square" 1980) to revolutionary Mexico ("Old Gringo" 1989). He is married to another leading production designer, Patrizia von Brandenstein.

Wurtzel began his career designing for the stage, spending four years with San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater before commencing film work in the mid-1970s. His designs have ranged from Brooklyn's Jewish neighborhoods of the 40s ("Brighton Beach Memoirs" 1986) to Manhattan in the late 70s ("Times Square" 1980) to revolutionary Mexico ("Old Gringo" 1989). He is married to another leading production designer, Patrizia von Brandenstein.

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Was resident stage designer for four years at the American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco
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Moved to New York, designing off-Broadway and then on Broadway
1976:
First film as production designer, "The Next Man"

Education

Carnegie-Mellon University: Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania -

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wife:
Patrizia Von Brandenstein. Production designer.

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