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Jack Baxter is a writer, director, producer and freelance journalist from New York City. He directed and produced the controversial and critically acclaimed 1995 documentary "Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X." Mr. Baxter and his wife, Executive Producer Fran Strauss-Baxter, are the producers of the award-winning documentary, "Blues... See full bio »

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 2020 The Last Sermon (Documentary) (producer)
 2012 Hard Times (Short) (co-producer)
 2010 The Last Westie (Short) (co-producer)
 2004 Blues by the Beach (Documentary) (producer)
 1994 Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X (Documentary) (producer)
 1980 Billy Baxter Presents Diary of the Cannes Film Festival with Rex Reed (TV Movie documentary) (assistant producer)
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 2011 Love Stalker
Detective Shannon
 2010 The Last Westie (Short)
 2005 Lustre
Photographer / Shoe Shine Apostle
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 2010 The Last Westie (Short)
 2004 Blues by the Beach (Documentary)
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 2020 The Last Sermon (Documentary) (directed by)
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 2020 The Last Sermon (Documentary)
 2004 Blues by the Beach (Documentary)

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6' 2" (1.88 m)

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In 2003 he was injured during a terrorist bombing at Mike's Place in Tel Aviv. He had just wrapped production on his documentary about the bar "Blues By The Beach.".

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