Variety Power Players 2000: Movers and Shakers, Power Brokers and Career Makers in Hollywood

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Chris Petrikin, Andrew Hindes, Dan Cox
Perigee Books, 1999 - Reference - 245 pages
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Movers and Shakers, Power Brokers and Career Makers in Holywood From the editors of the 'showbiz bible' comes this invaluable, insightful, insider's guide to the most important players in Hollywood - from those in front of the cameras to those behind the scenes. It includes profiles of Hollywood's movers and shakers - including contact information (with e-mail addresses), deals, studio affiliations, availability, working partners, representatives, awards, failures, successes, strengths and weaknesses.

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Contents

Producers
41
Hybrids ProducersFinanciers
69
Helmers Directors
85
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Dan Cox has been in ministry since 1970. After training in YWAM s second School of Evangelism, he traveled to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa on missionary outreaches. Back in his hometown of Grand Junction, Colorado, he grew a church of three dozen into a mega-church of 6,500 before retiring from full time ministry. He now works as a chaplain at a hospice center in Grand Junction, a position that has allowed him to cultivate and share his new faith in a hands-on fashion. Dan enjoys riding his Harley amid the canyons of western Colorado, fishing in mountain streams, and spending time with his family, friends, and grandson, LevonCarmen Radley is also co-author ofWaiting for A Father: Hearing the Heart-Cry of the Orphans of the World (Deep River Books). A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, with a BA and an MA in English and creative writing, she now lives in Salt Lake City.

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