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Henry Jaglom

Henry Jaglom trained with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York, where he acted, wrote and directed off-Broadway theater and cabaret before settling in Hollywood in the late 1960s. Under contract to Columbia Pictures, Jaglom guest-starred in such TV shows as Gidget (1965) and The Flying Nun (1967), and acted in a number of films which ... See full bio »
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The Waiting Room - Playwright (2003) A Safe Place - Playwright (2007) Always-But Not Forever - Playwright (2009/2010) Just 45 Minutes from Broadway - Playwright (2012/2013) The Rainmaker - Playwright 2014/2015 - Train to Zakopane - Playwright See more »

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[on Fellini's (1963)] It taught me that it was OK to do the very thing that I'm criticized for, which is to use my own life as the subject, such as my emotions or those of the people very close to me. It's something that nobody questions in the other arts, but since movies are the so-called popular medium, people do question whether that is too narcissistic. I talk about this subject a ... See more »


Was a close friend of Natalie Wood and was one of her frequent escorts during the summer of 1966. See more »


Sometimes uses the '30s and '40s music of Charles Trenet, Fred Astaire, 'Edith Piaf', Mel Tormé and 'Buddy Clark', among others, in his movies. See more »



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