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Steven Feder


A former member of The Manhattan Punch Line Theater Company. Began his show biz career performing stand up comedy in numerous New York clubs. Studied acting under Bill Esper at the famous Esper Studio in New York. While a member of The Creative Actors Repertory Theater in New York he performed, directed and produced numerous company productions. ... See full bio »
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It Had to Be You
It Had to Be You Producer
(2000)
The Cottonwood
The Cottonwood Producer
(1996)

Filmography

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 2017 Are We Famous Yet??? (Documentary) (producer) (filming)
 2016 No Control (Video short) (producer)
 2015 The Ropes (TV Series) (executive producer)
 2013 30 Days to Popular (TV Series) (co-executive producer)
 2000 It Had to Be You (producer)
 1996 The Cottonwood (producer)
 1993 The Big Gig (Short) (producer)
 1988 The 1988 US Open Tennis Championships (TV Mini-Series) (producer)
 1987 The Grand Knockout Tournament (TV Special) (producer)
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Often uses the name "Charlie" for his lead male character. It's his real middle name. Says that it makes it easier to identify with the character's experience as he writes him. Also uses the name "Penn" as the last name of one of the characters. His uncle was an artist and use to sign his paintings PENN, the German meaning of Feder. A feather "penn." See more »

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