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Ted Schipper

Ted Schipper is a producer and actor, known for The Master (2012), Zero Dark Thirty (2012) and Lawless (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

The Master
The Master Producer
(2012)
Zero Dark Thirty
Zero Dark Thirty Producer
(2012)
Lawless
Lawless Producer
(2012)
Catch .44
Catch .44 Producer
(2011)

Filmography

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 2012 Zero Dark Thirty (executive producer)
 2012 The Master (executive producer)
 2012 Lawless (executive producer)
 2011 Catch .44 (executive producer)
 2010 Blood Island (executive producer)
 2010 Main Street (executive producer)
 2010 Pete Smalls Is Dead (executive producer)
 2010 Passion Play (co-producer)
 2010 Waking Madison (producer)
 2007 The Evil Woods (producer)
 2004 Border Warz (Video) (co-executive producer)
 2003 The Legend of Diablo (co-executive producer)
 1998 Dead Man's Curve (producer - as Theodore Schipper)
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 1998 De pijnbank
Taxidriver
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 2013 Her (thanks)

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Theodore Schipper

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