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Henry Jaglom
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Filmmaker
    (January 26, 1938- )
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    Acted in 'Psych-Out (1968),' 'The Thousand Plane Raid (1969),' 'Drive, He Said (1971),' 'The Last Movie (1971),' and 'Lily, aime-moi (1975)'
    Directed the films 'A Safe Place (1971),' 'Tracks (1976),' 'Sitting Ducks (1980),' 'Can She Bake a Cherry Pie (1983),' 'Eating (1990),' 'Babyfever (1994),' 'Last Summer in the Hamptons (1996),' 'Deja Vu (1997),' 'Festival in Cannes (2001),' 'Going Shopping (2005),' 'Hollywood Dreams (2007),' and 'Irene in Time (2009)'
    Appeared in Orson Welles' 'Other Side of the Wind' (filmed, 1970-76; released in 2018)
    Subject of the documentary 'Who Is Henry Jaglom?' (1997)
    He has admitted to being narcissistic.
    He divorced twice and was married three times.
    His two children have appeared in every one of his films since their births (nepotism).
    He had what he called a 'push-pull' relationship with Natalie Wood, frequently embarrassing her at Hollywood parties with his attitude (he also talked her into smoking pot).
    His parents were refugees from Nazi Germany.
    He is a descendant of Moses Mendelssohn.
    He trained with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York.
    His first major behind-the-camera job was editing Easy Rider with Dennis Hopper.
    He regularly finances, produces, and distributes his own films.
    He was motivated to pursue directing over acting after seeing Federico Fellini's 8-1/2.
    His friendship with Orson Welles resulted in a successful book (based on the pair's taped lunch conversations) and has scored him appearances in several Welles-related documentaries.
    He said: 'I don't believe in rehearsals...because the best stuff can happen the first time around, and why put yourself in a position when you have to say, Oh, damn, I wish I had that on camera!'

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