Jane Hamsher

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Jane Hamsher

US film producer, author, and blogger best known as the author of Killer Instinct, a memoir about co-producing the 1994 movie Natural Born Killers with Don Murphy and others, and as the founder and publisher of the politically progressive blog FireDogLake add

Category: Politics

Born in 1959.

Countries: United States (58%), New York (16%), United Kingdom (11%)

Main connections: Stephen King, Ian McKellen, Rafael Yglesias

Linked to: Roosevelt High School, Al Jazeera, Barneys New York, Entertainment Weekly




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Jane Hamsher was born in 1959 add something


She received her M.F.A. in 1988 add something


Hamsher produced or co-produced the 1990 dramatic feature film "An American Summer" and the 1994 live-action film adaptation "Double Dragon", based on "Double Dragon", a video game franchise add something


Planet of the Apes (2001 film) - By 1993, Fox hired Don Murphy and Jane Hamsher as producers


In September 1997, Hamsher published the controversial memoir "Killer Instinct" recounting her experiences as a producer of "Natural Born Killers" add something


Subsequently, Hamsher and Murphy co-produced two 1998 films, Brandon Boyce's screen adaptation "Apt Pupil", from the Stephen King "novella", directed by Bryan Singer and starring Ian McKellen, Brad Renfro, and David Schwimmer, and "Permanent Midnight", adapted by Jerry Stahl and David Veloz from Stahl's autobiographical novel and starring Ben Stiller, Maria Bello, and Elizabeth Hurley; and the 2001 thriller "From Hell", based on Terry Hayes and Rafael Yglesias' adaptation of the graphic novel "From Hell", by Alan Moore and add something


She sold her Nichols Canyon house in 2004 and moved to Otter Rock, Oregon add something


When she became interested in the 2006 Connecticut Senate race, she rented a small farmhouse in Guilford, Connecticut, Connecticut, where she and other bloggers and reporters could live while covering the campaign add something


On April 7, 2008, she was a guest speaker in the panel discussion entitled "Intelligentsia" co-hosted by "Elle" and OfficeMax, along with Publisher of Elle Magazine Carol Smith, actress Melora Hardin, Vice President of Marketing for OfficeMax Julie Krueger, Editor in Chief of Elle Magazine Robbie Myers, footwear designer Taryn Rose, and Creative Director of Barneys Simon Dunan, at the Plaza Hotel, in New York City add something


In 2009, Hamsher told "Politico" that she dated then-SEIU President Andy Stern for two years add something


When Kobe, her third, died in 2009 she wrote a 5,000 word tribute add something


The company filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the District of Columbia Bankruptcy Court on March 3, 2013 add something