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Michael Mailer

Michael Mailer (born 1964) is a film producer and the oldest son of Beverly Bentley and writer Norman Mailer. He graduated from Harvard in 1987.[1] He has produced over 20 films. He has five sisters and three brothers. He is the founder and president of Michael Mailer Films. He married Sasha Lazard in 2004[2] and they have one son, Cyrus.

Partial filmography

  • The Ledge (2011)
  • Blood and Bone (2009)
  • The Lodger (2009)
  • Kettle of Fish (2008)
  • Devour (2005)
  • Loverboy (2005)
  • Lost Junction (2003)
  • Empire (2002)
  • Harvard Man (2001)
  • The Last Producer (2000)
  • Black and White (1999/I)
  • Giving It Up (1999)
  • Catalina Trust (1999)
  • Two Girls and a Guy (1997)
  • The Money Shot (1996)
  • Religion, Inc. (1989)

References

  • Kate Mailer http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0537546/

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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