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Anne Wiazemsky was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wiazemsky began her acting career with roles in such films as "The Chinese Girl" (1968), "Weekend" (1968) with Mireille Darc and "Pigsty" (1969). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Theorem" (1969) with Terence Stamp, "The Wind From the East" (1969) and "1 1" (1969) with Mick Jagger. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the seventies, appearing in "One American Movie/1 A.M." (1971), the Maurice Ronet romance "Raphael, ou le Debauche" (1971) and the Jean-Luc Godard experimental "Vladimir et Rosa" (1971). She also appeared in "Georges Qui?" (1972). During the latter half of her career, she continued to act in "Meme les momes ont du vague a l'Ame" (1979), "L' Enfant Secret" (1983) and the comedy "Elle a passe tant d'heures sous les Sunlights" (1985) with Mireille Perrier. She also appeared in "Qui trop embrasse" (1986) and the drama "Rendez-vous" (1987) with Juliette Binoche. Most recently, Wiazemsky wrote the Alba-Gaïa Kraghede Bellugi dramatic adaptation "Je M'appelle Elisabeth" (2006).

Anne Wiazemsky was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wiazemsky began her acting career with roles in such films as "The Chinese Girl" (1968), "Weekend" (1968) with Mireille Darc and "Pigsty" (1969). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Theorem" (1969) with Terence Stamp, "The Wind From the East" (1969) and "1 1" (1969) with Mick Jagger. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the seventies, appearing in "One American Movie/1 A.M." (1971), the Maurice Ronet romance "Raphael, ou le Debauche" (1971) and the Jean-Luc Godard experimental "Vladimir et Rosa" (1971). She also appeared in "Georges Qui?" (1972). During the latter half of her career, she continued to act in "Meme les momes ont du vague a l'Ame" (1979), "L' Enfant Secret" (1983) and the comedy "Elle a passe tant d'heures sous les Sunlights" (1985) with Mireille Perrier. She also appeared in "Qui trop embrasse" (1986) and the drama "Rendez-vous" (1987) with Juliette Binoche. Most recently, Wiazemsky wrote the Alba-Gaïa Kraghede Bellugi dramatic adaptation "Je M'appelle Elisabeth" (2006).

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As a child, made Super 8 movies
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After college, promised parents to attend USC as a joint film and law student; met Alan J. Pakula at a party
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Began showbiz career as assistant to director Alan J. Pakula on "Comes a Horseman" (1978)
1979:
First credit, as associate producer on the Pakula-directed comedy "Starting Over"
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Scouted Europe looking for an actress to star in "Sophie's Choice"; recommended Magda Vasaryova; financing fell through; Meryl Streep later cast in the title role of the 1982 feature
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Formed Red Wagon Entertainment
1988:
Debut as producer, the Mike Nichols-directed "Working Girl"; received Best Picture Oscar nomination
1994:
Reteamed with Nichols for "Wolf"
1996:
Produced the teen supernatural drama "The Craft"
1998:
Had misstep with "Hush", starring Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow
1999:
Enjoyed box-office and critical success with the family film "Stuart Little" and the grittier "Girl, Interrupted"
2000:
Produced the epic "Gladiator"; earned Best Picture Academy Award
2001:
Was producer on "Spy Game"
2002:
Produced the sequel "Stuart Little 2"
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Served as a producer on the film adaptation of the best-selling novel "Memoirs of a Geisha" (lensed 2002)
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Education

Yale College, Yale University: New Haven , Connecticut -

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wife:
Lucy Fisher. Executive.

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father:
Charles Wick. Producer, businessman. Former head of USIA.
daughter:
Sarah Wick.
daughter:
Julia Wick.
daughter:
Tessa Wick.
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