Amy Heckerling


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Amy Heckerling studied Film and TV at New York University and got a Masters Degree in Film from The American Film Institute. Despite this education she couldn't get a break in Hollywood. However, in 1982, she made Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), and people started to take notice. In 1985, while Amy was pregnant, she got the idea for Look ... See full bio »

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Thu, Aug 18 3:23 PM PDT on MPLEX (620)
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Thu, Aug 18 10:17 PM PDT on AMC (046)

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Clueless Writer
(1996-1999)
(1989)
Red Oaks Director
(2015-2017)

Filmography

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 2016 The Muppets. (TV Series) ("Clueless" dialogue - 1 episode)
- Got Silk? (2016) ... ("Clueless" dialogue)
 2012 Vamps (written by)
 2007 I Could Never Be Your Woman (written by)
 2000 Loser (written by)
  Clueless (TV Series) (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by - 62 episodes, 1996 - 1999) (created by - 61 episodes, 1996 - 1999) (written by - 4 episodes, 1996)
- All Night Senior Party (1999) ... (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) / (creator)
- Graduation (1999) ... (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) / (creator)
- Prom Misses, Prom Misses (1999) ... (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) / (creator)
- A Test of Character (1999) ... (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) / (creator)
- Big Sissies (1999) ... (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) / (creator)
 1995 Clueless (written by)
 1993 Look Who's Talking Now (characters)
 1991-1992 Baby Talk (TV Series) (based on characters created by - 35 episodes)
- Scenes from a Marriage (1992) ... (based on characters created by)
- Wedding Bell Blahs (1992) ... (based on characters created by)
- Pop Goes the Question (1992) ... (based on characters created by)
- He Ain't Heavy Metal, He's My Super (1992) ... (based on characters created by)
- The Littlest Shoplifter (1992) ... (based on characters created by)
 1990 Look Who's Talking Too (characters) / (written by)
 1989 Look Who's Talking (written by)
  Fast Times (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode, 1986) (story - 1 episode, 1986)
- What Is Life? (1986) ... (written by)
- The Last Laugh (1986) ... (story)
 1985 George Burns Comedy Week (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Death Benefits (1985) ... (written by)
 1978 Getting It Over with (Short) (writer)
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Show Show Producer (7 credits)
Show Show Actress (3 credits)
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Show Show Self (36 credits)
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Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)

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Neal Israel  (divorced)  (1 child) | See more »
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You could go out with a camcorder tomorrow and make a movie with virtually no money, but promoting a tiny low-budget movie costs $20 million. And the money they spend on the big movies is astronomical. See more »

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Attended the High School of Art and Design in New York City. See more »

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