Biography

James Mangold (born 16 December 1963) is an American film director and screenwriter. He is perhaps best known for Walk the Line (2005) which he co-wrote and directed.

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James Mangold (born 16 December 1963) is an American film director and screenwriter. He is perhaps best known for Walk the Line (2005) which he co-wrote and directed.

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

Personal Info

Known For Directing

Gender Male

Known Credits 29

Birthday 1963-12-16

Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA

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Also Known As

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Directing TV ShowsMovies

Captain NemoDirector
CrenshawDirector
The Deep Blue Good-ByDirector
The Wild One HundredsDirector
2019 Ford v. FerrariDirector
2019 The ForceDirector
2017 LoganDirector
2013 The WolverineDirector
2012 Vegas(1 episode)Director
2012 NYC 22(1 episode)Director
2010 Knight and DayDirector
2007 3:10 to YumaDirector
2006 Men in Trees(1 episode)Director
2005 Walk the LineDirector
2003 IdentityDirector
2001 Kate & LeopoldDirector
1999 Girl, InterruptedDirector
1997 Cop LandDirector
1995 HeavyDirector

Writing

Untitled X-23 FilmWriter
2017 LoganStory
2017 LoganScreenplay
2005 Walk the LineScreenplay
2001 Kate & LeopoldScreenplay
1999 Girl, InterruptedScreenplay
1997 Cop LandWriter
1995 HeavyWriter
1988 Oliver & CompanyScreenplay

Production

2019 City on a Hill(0 episodes)Executive Producer
2017 The Greatest ShowmanExecutive Producer
2017 Damnation(10 episodes)Executive Producer
2017 LoganExecutive Producer
2015 Zoo(13 episodes)Executive Producer
2012 Vegas(22 episodes)Producer
2012 NYC 22(13 episodes)Executive Producer
2006 Men in Trees(36 episodes)Producer

Acting

2011 Clint Eastwood's West as Himself
2011 Turning Like Clockwork
2002 The Sweetest Thing as Dr. Greg
1995 At Sundance as Himself

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