Lindsay Doran was born in 1948 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is a producer, known for Sense and Sensibility (1995), The Firm (1993) and Dead Again (1991). See full bio »

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(1995)
The Firm Producer
(1993)
Dead Again Producer
(1991)
Fallen Angels Producer
(1993-1995)

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 2010 Nanny McPhee Returns (producer)
 2006 Stranger Than Fiction (producer)
 2005 Nanny McPhee (producer)
 1995 Sabrina (executive producer)
 1995 Sense and Sensibility (producer)
  Fallen Angels (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes, 1995) (producer - 4 episodes, 1993)
- Red Wind (1995) ... (executive producer)
- The Black Bargain (1995) ... (executive producer)
- Tomorrow I Die (1995) ... (executive producer)
- Fly Paper (1995) ... (executive producer)
- A Dime a Dance (1995) ... (executive producer)
 1993 The Firm (executive producer)
 1992 A Private Matter (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1992 Leaving Normal (producer)
 1991 Dead Again (producer)
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Her father was film executive D. A. Doran, her mother, Marion Avery [1910-2006], was the head of the Play Department at Columbia Pictures.

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