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Hope Anne Nathan

Hope Anne Nathan was born on November 21, 1970 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Jody Lynn Goddy. She is known for her work on Dogma (1999), Solstice (1993) and The Windy City (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Dogma
Dogma Location Management
(1999)
Solstice
Solstice Camera and Electrical Department
(1993)
The Windy City
The Windy City Costume and Wardrobe Department
(1992)
The Ketchup King
The Ketchup King Art Director
(2002)

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 2004 The Clearing (production assistant - uncredited)
 2003 Playhouse (Video) (production assistant: second unit)
 2002 The Mothman Prophecies (set production assistant - as Hope Nathan)
 2001 Reversal (production assistant)
 2001 Texas Justice (TV Series) (researcher)
 2000 Wonder Boys (production assistant)
 1999 Inspector Gadget (production assistant - uncredited)
 1999 Compensation (production assistant)
 1997/I The Journey (product placement coordinator) / (production coordinator)
 1993 Sisters in the Life: First Love (Video short) (production assistant)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Set Production Assistant, "Looking for Chunkhead" (I) (1993), Directed by Alex Irvine See more »

Alternate Names:

Hope Nathan

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Pittsburgh, PA See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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