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Tamar Simon Hoffs


Tamar Simon Hoffs was born on October 23, 1934 as Tamar Simon. She is a producer and writer, known for Villa Aurora, Red Roses and Petrol (2003) and Pound of Flesh (2010). She is married to Joshua Hoffs. They have three children. See full bio »

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Known For

Villa Aurora
Villa Aurora Producer
Red Roses and Petrol
(2003)
Pound of Flesh
Pound of Flesh Producer
(2010)
Stony Island
Stony Island Producer
(1978)

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  Villa Aurora (producer) (announced)
 2010 Pound of Flesh (producer)
 2003 Red Roses and Petrol (producer)
  Horrible Histories (TV Series) (producer - 25 episodes, 2001 - 2002) (executive producer - 1 episode, 2002)
- Captivating Columbus (2002) ... (producer)
- Extraordinary Explorers (2002) ... (producer)
- Highly Hawaiian (2002) ... (producer)
- Gnarly North Pole (2002) ... (producer)
- Surprising Samurai (2002) ... (producer)
 1990 Bangles Greatest Hits (Video short) (producer - video "If She Knew What She Wants")
 1989 Rock & Read (Video short) (producer)
 1986 The Bangles: If She Knew What She Wants, US Version (Video short) (producer)
 1985 Stand Alone (associate producer)
 1978 At Home with Shields and Yarnell (TV Short) (associate producer)
 1978 Stony Island (producer - as Tamar Hoffs)
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Other Works:

Directed The Bangles music video "Going Down to Liverpool" (1984). See more »

Alternate Names:

Tamar Hoffs
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Trivia:

Mother of Susanna Hoffs, John Hoffs and Jesse Hoffs. See more »

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Scorpio

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