|Birth Name||Jackie Giroux|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Ms. Giroux is co-founder and a director of Global Universal Film Group, Inc., due to her expertise in film financing and World Wide business and film relationships. Giroux was President of the public Company FoneFriend Inc. (OTC: BB) until July 2003, as well as a founder and director. Ms. Giroux is a writer, producer and director of feature films. She won a scholarship to the New York American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and has appeared in many off Broadway and Broadway plays. Her career in films was launched with a lead role in "The Cross and the Switch Blade", starring Pat Boone and Eric Estrada. In addition to starring in the film, Ms. Giroux single-handedly promoted the film by touring, lecturing and selling advance tickets on behalf of the film, to organizations such as The Kiwanis Clubs, The Masons, Church Groups, Colleges, Family Oriented Groups, and drug rehabilitation Centers, which earned Ms. Giroux keys to the various Cities and distinguished achievement awards. Ms. Giroux has appeared in fifteen feature films and several TV series; including the hit film, "To Live and Die in LA", directed by Billy Friedkin for MGM in 1985. Since then, she has written and produced ten feature films and two "Movies of the Week." including Damsel of Death, the only true story, as dictated by Aileen Wuornos and her family and friends. Ms. Giroux has extensive experience in structuring financing and co-production deals, having successfully arranged for co-productions between Canada, France and Germany, as well as Canada, France and Australia. In 2000, she wrote and directed "Coo Coo Café", a satire on the media networks, filmed at Millbrook Studios in New Brunswick Canada. "Coo Coo Café" was a nominee in the New York Film and Video Film Festival, and later invited to participate in the Sundance Film Festival. Ms. Giroux was instrumental in securing the spokeswoman services of bi-lingual actress/artist Barbara Carrera for FoneFriend Promotional Videos/Commercials and created the test market commercials, "Nobody takes MY FoneFriend!" Recently Ms. Giroux completed the television pilot "You've Got the Part!" an online casting show, which will soon debut on You Tube and My Space. Ms. Giroux created the entire show, plus contracted four television sponsors to assist in the production. She has also been recently contracted to assist director Ryan Fleck ("Half Nelson") on his next feature film, Sugar, in the Dominican Republic, utilizing Global's "below the line" service agreement with Santo Domingo Film/Serie 23 Productions. She is a bondable producer via Film Finances, having line produced ten films on time and budget.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: LO
|Steve Railsback||(1980 - 1988) ( divorced) ( 1 child)|