Bruce Joel Rubin

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Bruce Joel Rubin (b. March 10, 1943, Detroit, Michigan) is a screenwriter best known for the supernatural romance, Ghost for which he won the 1991 Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. He also wrote the screenplay for the 1990 psychological thriller Jacob's Ladder,

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Bruce Joel Rubin (b. March 10, 1943, Detroit, Michigan) is a screenwriter best known for the supernatural romance, Ghost for which he won the 1991 Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. He also wrote the screenplay for the 1990 psychological thriller Jacob's Ladder,

Description above from the Wikipedia article Bruce Joel Rubin, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Personal Info

Gender -

Known Credits 11

Birthday 1943-03-10

Place of Birth Detroit, Michigan, USA

Adult Actor False

Official Site -

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Known For

Writing TV ShowsMovies

2009 The Time Traveler's Wife … Screenplay
2007 The Last Mimzy … Screenplay
1998 Deep Impact … Screenplay
1993 My Life … Writer
1990 Jacob's Ladder … Writer
1990 Jacob's Ladder … Author
1990 Ghost … Author
1987 Blood Rage … Writer
1986 Deadly Friend … Screenplay
1983 Brainstorm … Story
1982 Zapped! … Writer

Production

1990 Jacob's Ladder … Producer

Directing

1993 My Life … Director

Acting

2009 Tales From the Script as Himself

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