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Born: October 2, 1949 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: executive

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This film executive rose through the ranks to become vice chair of Columbia and TriStar motion pictures group. Lucy Fisher has, during her almost two decades in the entertainment industry, been associated with such films as "Chariots of Fire", which won the 1981 Academy Award as Best Picture, Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Quest for Fire" (also 1981) and "The Fugitive" (1993). She has earned the reputation of being able to combine "classy" and "big budgets" in the same breath.

This film executive rose through the ranks to become vice chair of Columbia and TriStar motion pictures group. Lucy Fisher has, during her almost two decades in the entertainment industry, been associated with such films as "Chariots of Fire", which won the 1981 Academy Award as Best Picture, Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Quest for Fire" (also 1981) and "The Fugitive" (1993). She has earned the reputation of being able to combine "classy" and "big budgets" in the same breath.

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Worked in the newsroom at KFWB on the overnight shift
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Began career as a reader at United Artists
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Moved to Samuel Goldwyn Jr Productions to work in story department
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Worked first as executive story editor, then as execuitve in charge of creative affairs at MGM
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Joined 20th Century Fox as vice president, creative affairs
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Named vice president, production, 20th Century Fox
1979:
Was head of production at American Zoetrope
1981:
Joined Warner Bros.
1984:
Promoted to senior vice president, production
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Served as executive vice president, worldwide theatrical production at Warner Bros.
1996:
Joined Columbia TriStar Pictures as vice chairman
1999:
In December, announced resignation effective in early 2000; joined husband's Red Wagon Productions
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Education

Radcliffe College, Harvard University: Cambridge , Massachusetts - 1971

Notes

Fisher was involved in establishing an on-site child care center at Warner Bros.

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husband:
Douglas Wick. Producer. Won Oscar for Best Picture for "Gladiator".

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daughter:
Sarah Elisabeth Wick. Born on February 16, 1987.
daughter:
Julia Arthur Wick. Born on June 21, 1989.
daughter:
Tessa Benay Wick. Born on November 1, 1990.

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