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Steven Spielberg

Mostly Credited As: Steven Spielberg
Birth Name: Steven Allan Spielberg
Date Of Birth: December 18, 1946 (Age 67)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Height: 5' 7 ½" (1.71 m)

Steven Spielberg


Education:
Saratoga High School
California State College Long Beach, California BA English 1970

Steven Spielberg was born in Cincinnati on December 18, 1946, and raised in the suburbs of Haddonfield New Jersey and Scottsdale Arizona. He always had a love and fascination for the movie industry, even as a pre-teen, he has charged admission to his home movies while his sister sold popcorn. By the time he was 12 years old, he had finished his first production. At the age of 13, Spielberg won a prize for a 40-minute war movie he titled Escape to Nowhere. In 1963, his 140 minutes production of Firelight was shown in a local movie theater and brought in $100 profit.

After being denied entrance into traditional film schools, he entered the California State University in Long Beach to study English. His professional movie career began, when he turned an abandoned janitor's closet at the back lots of the Universal Studios Hollywood into his office. It was the film Jaws in 1975 that made him into an international superstar among his peers. Throughout the years, he has directed in many unforgettable movies such as E.T. , Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, the Indiana's sagas and many more. He has been recognized not only by the Academy Awards, but various other nominations including Golden Globe and Directors Guild awards. He is also the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute and the prestigious Irving G. Thasberg Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Personally, he credits much of his success and happiness to his wife, actress Kate Capshaw and children. The couple has a total of 7 children (2 adopted and 2 from previous marriages).

~Steven Spielberg's Quotes~

Filmography - Director
Filmography - Executive Producer
Filmography - Actor
Filmography - Others
Awards



 
Filmography - Director:
  1. 1959 ~ The Last Gun
  2. 1961 ~ Fighter Squad
  3. 1961 ~ Escape to Nowhere
  4. 1964 ~ Firelight
  5. 1967 ~ Slipstream (unfinished)
  6. 1968 ~ Amblin'
  7. 1974 ~ The Sugarland Express
  8. 1975 ~ Jaws
  9. 1977 ~ Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  10. 1979 ~ 1941
  11. 1981 ~ Raiders of the Lost Ark
  12. 1982 ~ E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  13. 1983 ~ Twilight Zone: The Movie (segment 2)
  14. 1984 ~ Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
  15. 1985 ~ The Color Purple
  16. 1987 ~ Empire of the Sun
  17. 1989 ~ Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  18. 1989 ~ Always
  19. 1991 ~ Hook
  20. 1993 ~ Jurassic Park
  21. 1993 ~ Schindler's List
  22. 1997 ~ The Lost World: Jurassic Park
  23. 1997 ~ Amistad
  24. 1998 ~ Saving Private Ryan
  25. 1999 ~ The Unfinished Journey
  26. 2001 ~ Artificial Intelligence: AI
  27. 2002 ~ Minority Report
  28. 2002 ~ Catch Me If You Can
  29. 2004 ~ The Terminal
  30. 2005 ~ War of the Worlds
  31. 2005 ~ Munich
  32. 2008 ~ Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  33. 2009 ~ Tintin (pre-production)
  34. 2010 ~ Lincoln (announced)
  35. 2011 ~ Interstellar (announced)



 
Filmography - Executive Producer:
  1. 1978 ~ I Wanna Hold Your Hand
  2. 1980 ~ Used Cars
  3. 1982 ~ Continental Divide
  4. 1982 ~ E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
    Credits: Producer
  5. 1982 ~ Poltergeist
    Credits: Producer
  6. 1983 ~ Twilight Zone: The Movie
    Credits: Producer
  7. 1984 ~ Gremlins
  8. 1985 ~ Fandango (uncredited)
  9. 1985 ~ The Goonies
  10. 1985 ~ Back to the Future
  11. 1985 ~ Young Sherlock Holmes
  12. 1985 ~ The Color Purple
    Credits: Producer
  13. 1986 ~ The Money Pit
  14. 1986 ~ An American Tail
  15. 1987 ~ Harry and the Hendersons (uncredited)
  16. 1987 ~ Innerspace
  17. 1987 ~ Three O'Clock High (uncredited)
  18. 1987 ~ Empire of the Sun
    Credits: Producer
  19. 1987 ~ Batteries not included
  20. 1988 ~ Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  21. 1988 ~ The Land Before Time
  22. 1989 ~ Tummy Trouble
  23. 1989 ~ Dad
  24. 1989 ~ Back to the Future Part II
  25. 1989 ~ Always
    Credits: Producer
  26. 1990 ~ Joe Versus the Volcano
  27. 1990 ~ Yume (international version)
  28. 1990 ~ Back to the Future Part III
  29. 1990 ~ Roller Coaster Rabbit
  30. 1990 ~ Gremlins 2: The New Batch
  31. 1990 ~ Arachnophobia
  32. 1991 ~ A Wish for Wings That Work [TV]
  33. 1991 ~ Cape Fear (uncredited)
  34. 1991 ~ An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
    Credits: Producer
  35. 1992 ~ Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation [V]
  36. 1992 ~ It's a Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas Special [TV]
  37. 1993 ~ Trail Mix-Up
  38. 1993 ~ We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story
  39. 1993 ~ Schindler's List
    Credits: Producer
  40. 1994 ~ Yakko's World: An Animaniacs Singalong [V]
  41. 1994 ~ Tiny Toons Spring Break [TV]
  42. 1994 ~ Tiny Toon Adventures: Spring Break Special [TV]
  43. 1994 ~ I'm Mad
  44. 1994 ~ The Flintstones (as Steven Spielrock)
  45. 1995 ~ A Pinky & the Brain Christmas Special [TV]
  46. 1995 ~ Casper
  47. 1995 ~ Tiny Toon Adventures: Night Ghoulery [TV]
  48. 1995 ~ Balto
  49. 1996 ~ The Best of Roger Rabbit [V]
  50. 1996 ~ Survivors of the Holocaust [TV]
  51. 1996 ~ Twister
  52. 1997 ~ The Lost Children of Berlin
  53. 1997 ~ Men in Black
  54. 1997 ~ Amistad
    Credits: Producer
  55. 1998 ~ Deep Impact
  56. 1998 ~ The Mask of Zorro
  57. 1998 ~ Saving Private Ryan
    Credits: Producer
  58. 1998 ~ The Last Days
  59. 1999 ~ The Haunting (uncredited)
  60. 1999 ~ Wakko's Wish [V] (uncredited)
  61. 2000 ~ A Holocaust szemei
  62. 2000 ~ Shooting War [TV]
  63. 2001 ~ Semper Fi [TV]
  64. 2001 ~ Shrek (uncredited)
  65. 2001 ~ Evolution (uncredited)
  66. 2001 ~ Artificial Intelligence: AI
    Credits: Producer
  67. 2001 ~ Jurassic Park III
  68. 2001 ~ We Stand Alone Together [TV]
  69. 2002 ~ Broken Silence [TV Mini-Series]
  70. 2002 ~ Price for Peace
  71. 2002 ~ Men in Black II
  72. 2002 ~ Catch Me If You Can
    Credits: Producer
  73. 2003 ~ Burma Bridge Busters [V]
  74. 2004 ~ Voices from the List [V]
  75. 2004 ~ The Terminal
    Credits: Producer
  76. 2005 ~ Dan Finnerty & the Dan Band: I Am Woman [TV]
  77. 2005 ~ The Legend of Zorro
  78. 2005 ~ Memoirs of a Geisha
    Credits: Producer
  79. 2005 ~ Munich
    Credits: Producer
  80. 2006 ~ Monster House
  81. 2006 ~ Spell Your Name
  82. 2006 ~ Flags of Our Fathers
    Credits: Producer
  83. 2006 ~ Letters from Iwo Jima
    Credits: Producer
  84. 2007 ~ Transformers
  85. 2008 ~ Eagle Eye (completed)
  86. 2009 ~ "The Pacific" [TV Mini-Series] (post-production)
  87. 2009 ~ Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    (filming)
    Credits: Executive Producer
  88. 2009 ~ Tintin (pre-production)
    Credits: Producer
  89. 2009 ~ Jurassic Park IV (pre-production)
    Credits: Executive Producer
  90. 2009 ~ The Talisman [TV Mini-Series] (pre-production)
    Credits: Executive Producer
  91. 2010 ~ When Worlds Collide (pre-production)
    Credits: Producer
  92. 2010 ~ Lincoln (announced)
    Credits: Producer
  93. 2011 ~ Interstellar (announced)
    Credits: Producer
  94. 2009 ~ The Trial of the Chicago 7 (in production)
    Credits: Producer



 
Filmography - Actor:
  1. 1972 ~ Something Evil (TV)
  2. 1975 ~ Jaws
    Character played: (voice of) Amity Point Lifestation Worker (uncredited)
  3. 1980 ~ The Blues Brothers
    Character played: Cook County Clerk
  4. 1984 ~ Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
    Character played: A Tourist At The Airport (uncredited)
  5. 1984 ~ Gremlins
    Character played: Man in Electric Wheelchair (uncredited)
  6. 1995 ~ Your Studio and You
    Character played: Backlot Tour Guide
  7. 1995 ~ The Universal Story
    Character played: Host
  8. 1996 ~ Survivors of the Holocaust
    Character played: Host
  9. 1997 ~ The Lost World: Jurassic Park
    Character played: Popcorn-Eating Man (uncredited)
  10. 2000 ~ Chuck Jones: Extremes and Inbetweens - A Life in Animation
    Character played: Himself
  11. 2001 ~ Vanilla Sky
    Character played: Guest At David Aames' Party (uncredited)
  12. 2002 ~ Austin Powers in Goldmember
    Character played: Austinpussy Director



 
Filmography - Others:
  1. 1959 ~ The Last Gun
    Credits: Editor
  2. 1961 ~ Escape to Nowhere
    Credits: Editor, Screenwriter
  3. 1961 ~ Fighter Squad
    Credits: Editor, Screenwriter
  4. 1964 ~ Firelight
    Credits: Editor, Screenwriter
  5. 1967 ~ Slipstream
    Credits: Screenwriter
  6. 1968 ~ Amblin'
    Credits: Editor, Screenwriter (uncredited)
  7. 1973 ~ Savage [TV]
    Credits: Editor (uncredited)
  8. 1973 ~ Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies
    Credits: Screenwriter
  9. 1974 ~ The Sugarland Express
    Credits: Screenwriter
  10. 1977 ~ Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    Credits: Screenwriter, Visual Effects Concepts
  11. 1982 ~ Poltergeist
    Credits: Editor (uncredited), Screenwriter
  12. 1985 ~ The Goonies
    Credits: Editor (uncredited), Second Unit Director (uncredited), Screenwriter
  13. 1990 ~ Arachnophobia
    Credits: Second Unit Director (uncredited)
  14. 1990 ~ Tiny Toon Adventures [TV]
    Credits: Developer
  15. 1992 ~ Amazing Stories: Book One [V]
    Credits: Screenwriter (The Mission & The Wedding Ring segment)
  16. 1992 ~ Amazing Stories: Book Three [V]
    Credits: Screenwriter (No Day at the Beach & The Amazing Falsworth segment)
  17. 1992 ~ Amazing Stories: Book Four [V]
    Credits: Screenwriter (Blue Man Down & Mirror, Mirror segment)
  18. 1992 ~ Amazing Stories: Book Five [V]
    Credits: Screenwriter (Fine Tuning segment)
  19. 1993 ~ Animaniacs [TV]
    Credits: Screenwriter
  20. 1995 ~ The Dig [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  21. 1999 ~ The Haunting
    Credits: Second Unit Director (uncredited)
  22. 1999 ~ Medal of Honor [VG]
    Credits: Screenwriter
  23. 2000 ~ Medal of Honor: Underground [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  24. 2000 ~ Shooting War [TV]
    Credits: Editor
  25. 2001 ~ Artificial Intelligence: AI
    Credits: Screenwriter
  26. 2002 ~ Medal of Honor: Allied Assault [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  27. 2002 ~ Medal of Honor: Frontline [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  28. 2003 ~ Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Spearhead [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  29. 2003 ~ Medal of Honor: Rising Sun [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  30. 2004 ~ Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault [VG]
    Credits: Creator
  31. 2005 ~ Scoring 'War of the Worlds' [V]
    Credits: Cinematographer
  32. 2005 ~ Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
    Credits: Assistant Director (action scenes)



 
AWARDS

  • Cannes Film Festival 1974
    Competing Film: Nominated
    The Sugarland Express
  • British Academy Awards 1975
    Best Film: Nominated
    Jaws
  • Directors Guild of America 1975
    Best Director: Nominated
    Jaws
  • Golden Globe 1975
    Best Director: Nominated
    Jaws
  • Academy 1977
    Best Director: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • Directors Guild of America 1977
    Best Director: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • Golden Globe 1977
    Best Screenplay: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • Golden Globe 1977
    Best Director: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1977
    Best Direction: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1977
    Best Film: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • British Academy Awards 1978
    Best Film: Nominated
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • Academy 1981
    Best Director: Nominated
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • Directors Guild of America 1981
    Best Director: Nominated
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • Golden Globe 1981
    Best Director: Nominated
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • Academy 1982
    Best Director: Nominated
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • Directors Guild of America 1982
    Best Director: Nominated
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • Golden Globe 1982
    Best Director: Nominated
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • L.A. Film Critics Association 1982
    Best Director
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • L.A. Film Critics Association 1982
    Best Film
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1982
    Best Film: Nominated
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1982
    Best Direction: Nominated
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • National Society of Film Critics 1982
    Best Director
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
  • British Academy Awards 1985
    Academy Fellowship: Won
  • Directors Guild of America 1985
    Best Director: Won
    The Color Purple
  • Academy 1986
    Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award: Won
  • Directors Guild of America 1987
    Best Director: Nominated
    Empire of the Sun
  • National Board of Review 1987
    Best Director: Won
    Empire of the Sun
  • Irving G Thalberg Memorial Award 1987
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1992
    Best Director: Nominated
    Schindler's List
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1992
    Best Film: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Academy 1993
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Academy 1993
    Best Picture: Won
    Schindler's List
  • British Academy Awards 1993
    Best Director (David Lean Award): Won
    Schindler's List
  • British Academy Awards 1993
    Best Film: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Directors Guild of America 1993
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Golden Globe 1993
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Golden Globe 1993
    Best Picture (Drama): Won
    Schindler's List
  • National Society of Film Critics 1993
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • National Society of Film Critics 1993
    Best Picture: Won
    Schindler's List
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1993
    Best Director: Nominated
    Schindler's List
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1993
    Best Film: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Los Angeles Film Critics 1993
    Best Picture: Won
    Schindler's List
  • National Board of Review 1993
    Best Picture: Won
    Schindler's List
  • Venice International Film Festival 1993
    Golden Lion for Career: Won
  • British Academy Awards 1994
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • French Academy of Cinema 1994
    Best Foreign Film: Nominated
    Schindler's List
  • Golden Globe 1994
    Best Director: Won
    Schindler's List
  • American Film Institute 1995
    Lifetime Achievement Award: Won
  • John Huston Award for Artists Rights 1995
  • American Film Institute Life Achievement Award 1995
  • Directors Guild of America 1997
    Best Director: Nominated
    Amistad
  • Golden Globe 1997
    Best Director: Nominated
    Amistad
  • Academy 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Directors Guild of America 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Golden Globe 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Golden Globe 1998
    Best Picture (Drama): Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • L.A. Film Critics Association 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • L.A. Film Critics Association 1998
    Best Picture: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • New York Film Critics Circle 1998
    Best Picture: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Chicago Film Critics 1998
    Best Picture: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Toronto Film Critics Association 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Toronto Film Critics Association 1998
    Best Picture: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Online Film Critics Society 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Broadcast Film Critics 1998
    Best Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Producers Guild of America 1998
    Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Theatrical Motion Picture: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Producers Guild of America 1998
    Milestone Award: Won
  • Nastri d'Argento 1998
    Best Foreign Director: Won
    Saving Private Ryan
  • Directors Guild of America 1999
    DGA Lifetime Achievement Award: Won
  • British Academy Awards 2000
    Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award: Won
  • Golden Globe 2001
    Best Director: Nominated
    A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
  • National Board of Review 2001
    Billy Wilder Award: Won
  • Venice International Film Festival 2001
    Future Film Festival Digital Award: Won
    A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
  • Golden Globe 2001
    Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television: Won
    Band of Brothers
  • American Film Institute 2001
    Movie or Mini-Series of the Year: Won
    Band of Brothers
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 2002
    Best Director: Nominated
    Minority Report
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 2002
    Best Director: Nominated
    Catch Me If You Can
  • ShoWest Lifetime Achievement 2002
  • Producers Guild of America 2002
    David L. Wolper Producer of the Year Award in Longform Television Award: Won
    Band of Brothers
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 2003
    Best Director: Won
    Catch Me If You Can
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 2003
    Best Director: Won
    Minority Report
  • Broadcast Film Critics' Choice 2005
    Best Picture Made for Television: Won
    Into the West
  • Academy 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Chicago Film Critics Association 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Directors Guild of America 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Golden Globe 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Kansas City Film Critics Association 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich
  • Online Film Critics Association 2005
    Best Director: Nominated
    Munich

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TV Appearances

Episode Cast Credits 

Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth (2013) 
  Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth 01x01: (Jul/07/2013) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Oprah Prime (2012) 
  Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis & Sally Field 02x12: (Dec/02/2012) As Himself 

BBC Breakfast (2000) 
  January 9, 2012 13x09: (Jan/09/2012) As Himself 
  December 5, 2011 12x339: (Dec/05/2011) As Himself 
  October 26, 2011 12x299: (Oct/26/2011) As Himself 

The Academy Awards (1953) 
  The 83rd Annual Academy Awards 59x01: (Feb/27/2011) As Presenter, [Featuring]
  The 81st Annual Academy Awards 57x01: (Feb/22/2009) As Presenter, [Featuring]
  The 78th Annual Academy Awards 54x01: (Mar/05/2006) As Nominee: Best Director, [Co-Guest Stars]
  The 76th Annual Academy Awards 52x01: (Feb/29/2004) As Presenter, [Featuring]

The Kennedy Center Honors (1978) 
  29th Annual Kennedy Center Honors 29x01: (Dec/26/2006) As Himself (Honoree) 

The Early Show (1999) 
  Steven Spielberg 08x82: (Dec/26/2006) As Himself 

Primetime Glick (2001) 
  Ellen DeGeneres / Steven Spielberg 03x03: (May/14/2003) As Himself 

Omnibus (1967) 
  Alice Walker and The Color Purple 20x06: (May/16/1986) As Himself 
  Chuck Jones: Mr Bugs Bunny 35x17: (Nov/17/2001) As Himself 

Inside the Actors Studio (1994) 
  Steven Spielberg 05x09: (Feb/14/1999) As Himself 

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards 51x01: (Jan/22/1994) As Winner: Best Motion Picture - Drama / Best Director (for 'Schindler's List') 
  The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards 40x01: (Jan/29/1983) As Winner: Best Motion Picture - Drama (for 'E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial') 
  The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards 56x01: (Jan/24/1999) As Winner: Best Motion Picture - Drama / Best Director (for 'Saving Private Ryan') 

The View (1997) 
  Season 1, Episode 252 01x252: (Jul/28/1998) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Tiny Toon Adventures (1990) 
  Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian 02x08: (Nov/18/1991) Voiced  Himself 
  New Character Day 01x61: (Feb/20/1991) Voiced  White Rabbit 

The Tracey Ullman Show (1987) 
  7W06 04x06: (Nov/05/1989) As Himself 

The South Bank Show (1978) 
  Steven Spielberg 06x06: (Nov/21/1982) As Himself 

The American Film Institute Salute to ... (1973) 
  The American Film Institute Salute to James Cagney 02x01: (Mar/18/1974) As Himself 

The Directors (1999) 
  Steven Spielberg 02x03: (Unknown/Unaired) As Himself 
Crew Credits

Show Crew


Toonsylvania (1998)• Executive Producer
The Plucky Duck Show (1992)• Executive Producer
Amazing Stories (1985)• Executive Producer
Animaniacs (1993)• Executive Producer
Band of Brothers (2001)• Executive Producer
Class of '96 (1993)• Executive Producer
ER (1994)• Executive Producer (1994)
Family Dog (1993)• Executive Producer
Freakazoid! (1995)• Executive Producer
High Incident (1996)• Executive Producer
• Creator
Into the West (2005)• Executive Producer
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain (1998)• Executive Producer
Pinky and the Brain (1995)• Executive Producer
seaQuest DSV (1993)• Executive Producer (1993-1995)
Taken (2002)• Executive Producer
Tiny Toon Adventures (1990)• Executive Producer
The Nine (2006)• Executive Producer
On the Lot (2007)• Creator
• Executive Producer
The Pacific (2010)• Executive Producer
United States of Tara (2009)• Executive Producer
Terra Nova (2011)• Executive Producer
Future Earth (2010) (2010)• Executive Producer
The Talisman (2011)• Executive Producer
Under the Dome (2013)• Executive Producer
Nine Lives (2011)• Executive Producer
Falling Skies (2011)• Executive Producer
Smash (2012)• Executive Producer
The River (2012)• Executive Producer
Rising : Rebuilding Ground Zero (2011)• Executive Producer
Extant (2014)• Executive Producer
Halo Digital Feature (2014)• Executive Producer
Public Morals (2014) (2015)• Executive Producer
Black Box (TNT) (2014)• Executive Producer

Episode Crew


Amazing Stories (1985) (Credited in 18 episodes from this show) 
 
Show all 18 episode crew credits
Blue Man Down 02x14 Jan/19/1987 As: Story
The Greibble 02x06 Nov/03/1986 As: Story
You Gotta Believe Me 02x05 Oct/20/1986 As: Story
The Wedding Ring 02x01 Sep/22/1986 As: Story
Mirror, Mirror 01x19 Mar/09/1986 As: Story
Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law (1971) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
 
Eulogy for a Wide Receiver 01x03 Sep/30/1971 As: Director
Columbo (1971) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
 
Murder by the Book 01x03 Sep/15/1971 As: Director
The Name of the Game (1968) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
 
LA 2017 03x16 Jan/15/1971 As: Director
Night Gallery (1970) (Credited in 2 episodes from this show) 
 
Eyes   Nov/08/1969 As: Director
Make Me Laugh 01x11 Jan/06/1971 As: Director
Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
 
The Daredevil Gesture 01x24 Mar/17/1970 As: Director
Trivia

He has a son, Max Spielberg (born in 1985) with his first wife, Amy Irving.

He has 5 children with his current wife, Kate Capshaw: Theo Spielberg (born in 1988, adopted), Sasha Spielberg (born in 1990), Sawyer Spielberg (born in 1992), Mikaela Spielberg (born in 1996, adopted) and Destry Spielberg (born in 1996).

He attended Arcadia High School in Phoenix.

After being turned down by USC, he attended the California State University at Long Beach.

He was a member of the Theta Chi Fraternity, Zeta Epsilon chapter - Long Beach State University, Class of 1969.

He is the godfather of Drew Barrymore.

Actress, Gwyneth Paltrow calls him Uncle Morty.

He is one of the two richest individuals in Hollywood.

He is an admirer of Fidel Castro.

He is a strong supporter of the Democratic party.

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Steven Spielberg Quotes
Steven Spielberg: All of us know that the survivors and witnesses have given us a precious gift whose wise use will build a better world for this and future generations.

Steven Spielberg: A lot of the films I've made probably could have worked just as well 50 years ago, and that's just because I have a lot of old-fashion values.

Steven Spielberg: Failure is inevitable. Success is elusive.

Steven Spielberg: (on Star Wars director, George Lucas) He reminded me a little of Walt Disney's version of a mad scientist

Steven Spielberg: I dream for a living.

Steven Spielberg: I feel like I've been engaged to the British Empire since 1980 and tonight you have given me the ring knighthood.

Steven Spielberg: I'd love to build a company that will continue to make movies well beyond me someday. And I'd like to help start something great, even investing in it myself.

Steven Spielberg: I'd rather direct than produce. Any day. And twice on Sunday.

Steven Spielberg: I like the smell of film. I just like knowing there's film going through the camera.

Steven Spielberg: I never felt comfortable with myself, because I was never part of the majority. I always felt awkward and shy and on the outside of the momentum of my friends' lives.

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