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Also Known As: Stephen M Anderson Died: May 1, 2015
Born: Cause of Death: Throat cancer
Birth Place: United States Profession: director, producer, writer

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Producer and writer turned director. Anderson began his career as a location manager on the fantasy film "Masters of the Universe" (1987). From there he began working as a production manager on such films as the Oscar-winning short "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall" (1988). In 1988 Anderson produced the films "Homesick," "...They Haven't Seen This...," "Mr. Fixit," "Teach 109" and "Peacemaker." He released his short film "Hearts of Stone" (1989). Anderson marked his feature writing and directing debut with "South Central" (1992), produced by Oliver Stone.

Producer and writer turned director. Anderson began his career as a location manager on the fantasy film "Masters of the Universe" (1987). From there he began working as a production manager on such films as the Oscar-winning short "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall" (1988). In 1988 Anderson produced the films "Homesick," "...They Haven't Seen This...," "Mr. Fixit," "Teach 109" and "Peacemaker." He released his short film "Hearts of Stone" (1989). Anderson marked his feature writing and directing debut with "South Central" (1992), produced by Oliver Stone.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Ca$h (2010)
2.
  Dead Men Can't Dance (1997) Director
3.
  South Central (1992) Director

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1982:
First short film distributed nationally "The Herald Angel Sings"
1987:
Location manager on "Masters of the Universe"
1988:
Produced and executive produced five films
1988:
Production manager on the short film "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall"
1989:
Released his short film "Hearts of Stone
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Writer and creater of the comedy group Lower Lip
1992:
Feature writing and directing debut with "South Central"
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Education

University of New Mexico: Albuquerque , New Mexico -
University of California at Los Angeles: Los Angeles , California -

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wife:
Mary Weir. Costume designer. Worked on the films "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dancehall", "Hearts of Stone" and "South Central".

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