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Henry Jaglom is a London-born American film director and playwright.

Jaglom was born to a Jewish family in London, England, the son of Marie (née Stadthagen) and Simon M. Jaglom, who worked in the import-export business. His father was from a wealthy family from Russia and his mother was from Germany. They left for England because of the Nazi regime. Through his mother, he is a descendant of philosopher Moses Mendelssohn.

Jaglom trained with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York, where he acted, wrote and directed off-Broadway theater and cabaret before settling in Hollywood in the late 1960s. Under contract to Columbia Pictures, Jaglom featured in such TV series as Gidget and The Flying Nun and acted in a number of films which included Boris Sagal's The Thousand Plane Raid (1969), Jack Nicholson's Drive, He Said (1971), Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie (1971), Orson Welles' never-completed The Other Side of the Wind and more.

Jaglom's transition from acting in films to creating them was largely influenced by his experience watching the Italian film 8½ (1963). “The film changed my identity. I realized that what I wanted to do was make films. Not only that, but I realized what I wanted to make films about: my own life, to some extent.”

Jaglom began his filmmaking career working with Nicholson on the editing of Hopper's Easy Rider (1969), and made his writing/directing debut with A Safe Place (1971), starring Tuesday Weld, Nicholson and Welles. His next film, Tracks (1976), starred Hopper and was one of the earliest movies to explore the psychological cost on America of the Vietnam War. His third film, the first to be a commercial success, was Sitting Ducks (1980), a comic romp.

Jaglom co-starred in four of his most personal films—Always, But Not Forever (1985), Someone to Love (1987) starring Orson Welles in his farewell film performance, New Year's Day (1989), which introduced David Duchovny, and Venice/Venice (1992) opposite French star Nelly Alard.

In 1983, Jaglom taped lunch conversations with Orson Welles at Los Angeles's Ma Maison. Edited transcripts of these sessions appear in Peter Biskind's book My Lunches With Orson: Conversations Between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles (2013).

As a playwright, has written four plays that have been successfully performed on Los Angeles stages: The Waiting Room (1974), A Safe Place (2003), Always—But Not Forever (2007) and Just 45 Minutes from Broadway (2009/2010). Jaglom is the subject of the Henry Alex Rubin's and Jeremy Workman's documentary Who Is Henry Jaglom? (1997).

Description above from the Wikipedia article Henry Jaglom, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Henry Jaglom is a London-born American film director and playwright.

Jaglom was born to a Jewish family in London, England, the son of Marie (née Stadthagen) and Simon M. Jaglom, who worked in the import-export business. His father was from a wealthy family from Russia and his mother was from Germany. They left for England because of the Nazi regime. Through his mother, he is a descendant of philosopher Moses Mendelssohn.

Jaglom trained with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York, where he acted, wrote and directed off-Broadway theater and cabaret before settling in Hollywood in the late 1960s. Under contract to Columbia Pictures, Jaglom featured in such TV series as Gidget and The Flying Nun and acted in a number of films which included Boris Sagal's The Thousand Plane Raid (1969), Jack Nicholson's Drive, He Said (1971), Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie (1971), Orson Welles' never-completed The Other Side of the Wind and more.

Jaglom's transition from acting in films to creating them was largely influenced by his experience watching the Italian film 8½ (1963). “The film changed my identity. I realized that what I wanted to do was make films. Not only that, but I realized what I wanted to make films about: my own life, to some extent.”

Jaglom began his filmmaking career working with Nicholson on the editing of Hopper's Easy Rider (1969), and made his writing/directing debut with A Safe Place (1971), starring Tuesday Weld, Nicholson and Welles. His next film, Tracks (1976), starred Hopper and was one of the earliest movies to explore the psychological cost on America of the Vietnam War. His third film, the first to be a commercial success, was Sitting Ducks (1980), a comic romp.

Jaglom co-starred in four of his most personal films—Always, But Not Forever (1985), Someone to Love (1987) starring Orson Welles in his farewell film performance, New Year's Day (1989), which introduced David Duchovny, and Venice/Venice (1992) opposite French star Nelly Alard.

In 1983, Jaglom taped lunch conversations with Orson Welles at Los Angeles's Ma Maison. Edited transcripts of these sessions appear in Peter Biskind's book My Lunches With Orson: Conversations Between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles (2013).

As a playwright, has written four plays that have been successfully performed on Los Angeles stages: The Waiting Room (1974), A Safe Place (2003), Always—But Not Forever (2007) and Just 45 Minutes from Broadway (2009/2010). Jaglom is the subject of the Henry Alex Rubin's and Jeremy Workman's documentary Who Is Henry Jaglom? (1997).

Description above from the Wikipedia article Henry Jaglom, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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2016 Ovation Director
2014 The M Word Director
2013 Queen of the Lot Director
2012 Just 45 Minutes from Broadway Director
2009 Irene in Time Director
2007 Hollywood Dreams Director
2005 Going Shopping Director
2001 Festival in Cannes Director
1998 Déjà Vu Director
1995 Last Summer in the Hamptons Director
1994 Babyfever Director
1992 Venice/Venice Director
1990 Eating Director
1990 New Year's Day Director
1988 Someone to Love Director
1985 Always Director
1983 Can She Bake A Cherry Pie? Director
1982 National Lampoon's Movie Madness Director
1980 Sitting Ducks Director
1976 Tracks Director
1971 A Safe Place Director

Skuespil

2019 Dr. Jack & Mr. Nicholson as Himself
2019 I Am Richard Pryor as Himself
2019 The Immortal Orson Welles as Himself
2018 The Other Side of the Wind as Himself
2018 They'll Love Me When I'm Dead as Himself
2015 This Is Orson Welles as Himself
2015 Orson Welles, autopsie d'une légende as Himself
2014 Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles as Himself
2012 Scene Missing as Actor
2010 Henry Jaglom Finds a Safe Place
2004 Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession as Himself
2003 Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood as Himself
1995 Last Summer in the Hamptons as Max Berger
1995 Born to Be Wild: The Story of Easy Rider as Interviewee
1992 Venice/Venice as Dean
1990 New Year's Day as Drew
1988 Someone to Love as Danny Sapir
1985 Always as David
1971 Notes on the New York Film Festival as Interviewee
1971 The Last Movie as Minister's Son
1971 Drive, He Said as Conrad
1968 Psych-Out as Warren

Skrivning

2014 The M Word Screenplay
2013 Queen of the Lot Writer
2012 Just 45 Minutes from Broadway Screenplay
2009 Irene in Time Writer
2007 Hollywood Dreams Screenplay
2005 Going Shopping Writer
1998 Déjà Vu Writer
1994 Babyfever Writer
1990 New Year's Day Screenplay
1988 Someone to Love Writer
1980 Sitting Ducks Writer
1976 Tracks Writer
1971 A Safe Place Writer

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2007 Hollywood Dreams Editor

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