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John Lee Hancock

John Lee Hancock

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Birth Place: Longview, Texas, USA Profession: Writer ...
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Grew up in Texas
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Worked as a lawyer for four years prior to making his decision to embark on a film career
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Served as production coordinator, location scout and assistant director
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Worked as freelance writer for the <i>European Press Association</i> and <i>Alpha Press</i>
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Member of the Fountainhead Theater Company in Los Angeles
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Founded the Los Angeles based, Legal Aliens Theatre Company, along with Brandon Lee, Bill Allen and George Davis
1991:
Feature film directing and screenwriting debut, "Vaya Con Dios" (also known by "Hard Time Romance")
1993:
First collaboration with director Clint Eastwood, the screenplay for "A Perfect World"
1997:
Re-teamed with Eastwood to write the screen adaptation of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"
1998:
Created and wrote the pilot for the CBS drama series "L.A. Doctors"
2000:
Produced the family film "My Dog Skip"
2002:
Directed Dennis Quaid in "The Rookie"
2004:
Wrote and directed the American war film "The Alamo"
2009:
Wrote and directed "The Blind Side," based on the 2006 book by Michael Lewis
2012:
Co-wrote screenplay for "Snow White and the Huntsman"
2013:
Wrote and directed "Saving Mr. Banks."

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