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Also Known As: Steven M Haft Died:
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Versatile producer who has been associated with a number of distinguished filmmakers including John Huston and Robert Altman. Haft's most prestigious TV production was the PBS version of the play, "The Cradle Will Rock" (1984), directed by John Houseman. His output over the last three years suggests a yen for upbeat films with a light, comic touch.

Versatile producer who has been associated with a number of distinguished filmmakers including John Huston and Robert Altman. Haft's most prestigious TV production was the PBS version of the play, "The Cradle Will Rock" (1984), directed by John Houseman. His output over the last three years suggests a yen for upbeat films with a light, comic touch.

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1982:
Produced first documentary "Traveling Hopefully"
1986:
Produced first feature film "Beyond Therapy"
1988:
Elected to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Education

State University of New York, Old Westbury: Old Westbury , New York -
Hofstra University: Hempstead , New York -
School of Law, New York University: New York , New York -

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wife:
Lisa Birnbach. Writer; humorist.

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daughter:
Rebecca Helen Haft. Born June 22, 1993.
daughter:
Sophie Claire Birnbach Haft. Born March 12, 1997.

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