|Birth Name||Jeanne Hart Wolf|
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Jeanne Wolf is one of the country's most respected journalists. She covers every aspect of show business for TV, internet, radio, newspapers and magazines. Her contributions have been rewarded with the coveted Publicists Guild Press Award.
She produces exclusive video profiles for JeanneWolfsHollywood.com, including her series "Closer Encounters" which examines A-list stars such as Johnny Depp, Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz, through the stages of their career.
Wolf has earned a reputation for inside scoops which has made her a sought after TV guest.
As West Coast Editor for Parade Magazine, her stories on Angelina Jolie, Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey, and Javier Bardem made international news, while her daily column "Celebrity Parade" on Parade.com created a continual stir on the Internet.
Wolf has been Editor-at-Large for US Magazine, Redbook, and Ladies Home Journal; Contributing Editor for TV Guide; and regular columnist for Movies.com, ABC.com, and TVGuide.com.
On radio, she hosts the syndicated "Jeanne Wolf's Hollywood." Wolf did a daily celebrity report for the ABC Radio Network and produced successful ABC network specials including "The High Price of Fame" and "Countdown to the Academy Awards."
On TV, Wolf honed her skills on "Entertainment Tonight" (1981), where she created "Inside Entertainment Report." Her wide-ranging career includes reporting for "ABC News Nightline" (1980) and ABC's "Good Morning America" (1975) and her PBS interview series "Jeanne Wolf With ..." She has been a frequent contributor to the E! Channel. For the Food Network, she was executive producer of "TV Guide's Celebrity Dish."
Jeanne Wolf is president of Pentacom Productions-- a team whose creative programming has won many major awards in television to include: An Ohio State Award and a Freedom Foundation Award for "Eric Hoffer: The Crowded Life"; the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco Film Festival for "Moments Without Proper Names"; a regional Emmy for "The Best"; and a Du Pont/Columbia citation, a Chicago Film Festival Award, the Freedom Foundation Award and a Gold Medal at MIFED in Milan for the PBS special, "The Crisco Kid." Pentacom's promotional film for Marco Island, "Florida Get Away From It All!" was awarded an Addy. "The Donsinger Women and Their Handyman Jack," profiling playwright Tennessee Williams, was judged Best Program at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival. Other projects include "Carnival in Rio" with Arnold Schwarzenegger; "The Best of Brazilian Television" with Candice Bergen; and "The World of James Joyce," hosted by Peter O'Toole; "A Day in the Life of Hawaii"; and "Son Of A Son Of A Sailor."
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