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Birth name: Steven Allan Spielberg
Date of birth: 1946-12-18
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH; USA
(1964-03-24) His first film "Firelight" premiered at Phoenix Little Theatre (now Phoenix Theatre) in Phoenix, Arizona.
(1976-08-09) His stepdaughter Jessica Capshaw was born.
(1985) Married Amy Irving.
(1985-06-13) His son, Max Speilberg was born.
(1988) His adopted son Theo Spielberg was born.
(1989) Filed for Divorce.
(1990-05-14) His daughter Sasha Speilberg was born.
(1991) Married Kate Capshaw.
(1992-03-10) His son, Sawyer Spielberg was born.
(1994) His film "E.T." was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(1996) His daughters Mikaela & Destry were born.
(1998-06) Jonathan Norman was sentenced to 25 years to life for stalking and threatening him.
(1999) His film "Raiders of the Lost Ark" was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(2001) His film "Jaws" was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(2004) His film "Schnidler's List" was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(2007) His film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry.
(2014) His film "Saving Private Ryan" was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry
(2018) His film “Jurassic Park” was selected to be preserved at the National Film Registry
Height: 171 cm
Actors: Steve Martin, Bill Murray and Robin Williams
Carl Barks' Scrooge McDuck comics
Castle of Cagliostro
Curse word: Rats
Hitchcock films
I, Vitelloni
Indiana Jones villian: Irina Spalko
Top 10 Movies: Fantasia (1940); Citizen Kane (1941); A Guy Named Joe (1943); It's a Wonderful Life (1946); The War of the Worlds (1953); Psycho (1960); Lawrence of Arabia (1962); 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968); The Godfather (1972) and Day for Night (1973)
TV show: Doctor Who
Admitted to collecting Transformers toys
Democratic Party Supporter
Owns one of the largest gun collections on the East Coast.
Non-anime roles:
Alien on TV Monitor in "Men in Black" (1997 movie; uncredited)
Amity Point Lifestation Worker in "Jaws" (1975 movie; uncredited)
Clerk in "The Blues Brothers" (1980)
Extra in "Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl" (1989 music video)
Extra in "The Last Gun" (short)
Himself in "Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002 comedy)"
Man in Wheel Chair in "Gremlins" (1984 horror)
Party Guest in "Something Evil" (TV Movie)
Party Guest in "Vanilla Sky" (2001)
Popcorn Eating Man in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997)
Tour Guide in "Your Studio and You" (1995 comedy)
Tourist in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984)
White Rabbit in "Tiny Toon Adventures" (1991 TV animation)
Non-anime staff credits:
Director for "1941" (War comedy, 1979)
Director for "A Timeless Call" (short documentary)
Director for "A.I." (sci-fi drama, 2001)
Director for "Always" (Drama, 1989)
Director for "Amazing Stories" (The Mission & Ghost Train episodes)
Director for "Amistad" (Drama, 1997)
Director for "Bridge of Spies" (movie)
Director for "Catch Me if You Can" (Caper film, 2002)
Director for "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (Sci-fi drama, 1977)
Director for "Duel" (Drama-thriller, 1971)
Director for "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial" (Sci-fi/fantasy/adventure, 1982)
Director for "Empire of the Sun" (war drama, 1987)
Director for "Firelight" (Partly lost film)
Director for "Hook" (literary adaptation, 1991)
Director for "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" (movie)
Director for "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (action-adventure sequel, 1989)
Director for "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (action-adventure prequel, 1984)
Director for "Jaws" (Drama-adventure, 1975)
Director for "Jurassic Park" (sci-fi adventure, 1993)
Director for "Jurassic Park: The Lost World" (sci-fi adventure sequel, 1996)
Director for "Lincoln" (movie)
Director for "Minority Report" (Cyberpunk drama, 2002)
Director for "Munich" (Drama, 2005)
Director for "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (Action-adventure, 1981)
Director for "Ready Player One" (live action movie, 2018)
Director for "Savage" (TV Movie)
Director for "Saving Private Ryan" (War drama, 1998)
Director for "Schindler's List" (Drama, 1993)
Director for "Something Evil" (TV Movie)
Director for "Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair" (VG)
Director for "Strokes of Genius" (TV Mini-series; introductory segments, uncredited)
Director for "The Adventures of Tintin" (movie)
Director for "The Color Purple" (Drama, 1985)
Director for "The Terminal" (Dark comedy, 2004)
Director for "Twilight Zone: The Movie(Segment 2)" (Horror, 1983)
Director for "War Horse" (movie)
Director for "War of the Worlds" (Sci-fi remake, 2005)
Executive Producer for "Akira Kurosawa's Dreams" (anthology, 1990)
Executive Producer for "An American Tail" (cartoon drama musical, 1986)
Executive Producer for "Animaniacs" (cartoon comedy show, 1993-1998)
Executive Producer for "Back To the Future II" (sequel, 1989)
Executive Producer for "Back to the Future III" (Sequel, 1990)
Executive Producer for "Back to the Future" (Sci-fi comedy adventure, 1985)
Executive Producer for "Band of Brothers" (war drama mini-series, 2001)
Executive producer for "Casper" (live-action cartoon, 1995)
Executive Producer for "Extant"
Executive Producer for "Falling Skies"
Executive Producer for "Freakazoid!" (Superhero comedy cartoon show, 1995-1997)
Executive Producer for "Gremlins 2: The New Batch" (sequel to Gremlins, 1990)
Executive Producer for "Gremlins" (Action horror, 1984)
Executive Producer for "Jurassic Park III" (sci-fi adventure sequel, 2001)
Executive Producer for "Land Before Time" (animated adventure film, 1988)
Executive Producer for "Men in Black 2" (sequel to Men In Black, 2002)
Executive Producer for "Men in Black" (sci-fi comedy, 1997)
Executive Producer for "Pinky and the Brain" (spin-off of Animaniacs, 1995-1998)
Executive Producer for "Seaquest DSV" (Sci-fi adventure show, 1993-1995)
Executive Producer for "Shrek" (cartoon comedy, 2001)
Executive Producer for "The Flintstones" (live-action cartoon, 1994)
Executive Producer for "The Goonies" (Young adult adventure, 1985)
Executive Producer for "The Legend of Zorro" (sequel to Mask of Zorro, 2005)
Executive Producer for "The Mask of Zorro" (Action-adventure, 1998)
Executive Producer for "Tiny Toons" (cartoon comedy show, 1990-1992)
Executive Producer for "Twister" (disaster film, 1996)
Executive Producer for "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (cartoon/live-action hybrid comedy, 1989)
Original Concept for "The Dig" (VG)
Producer for "Memoirs of a Geisha" (movie, 2005)
Writer(story) for "Poltergeist" (Horror, 1982)
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