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Steven Spielberg Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Official Website

Early Life

Steven Spielberg was born to an Orthodox Jewish family in Cincinnati, Ohio. His birthday comes on December 18. His birth name is Steven Allan Spielberg. His height is 1.71 m. He married to Amy Irving. Their marriage life ended on 1989, February 2. He had one child from her. After their divorce, he married to Kate Capshaw and has 5 children from her. He was the son of Arnold Speilberg and Leah (Adler) Posner. Her father was in computer lined as an electrical engineer and her mother was a concert pianist and a restaurateur.

Career & Professional Life

His career started in 1970s. His first break was Night Gallery. Later he did Marcus Welby, M.D., The Name of the Game, Owen Marshall:Counselor at Law, The Exorcist, The Sugarland Express. In 1980s, He did Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, Poltergeist, The Twilight Zone, Indian jones and the Temple of Doom, Batteries not included, Batman, and the Last Crusade. In 1990s, Hook, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, The Lost World, Jurassic Park, Titanic, Amistad, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Ready Player One, The adventures of Titan and many more from 2000s till 2016.

He is American screenwriter, editor, producer and director. He is of Judaism religion. His sister is Anne Spielberg. His occupation is filmmaker. His Alma Mater is California State University, Long Beach. He resides in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

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  • ATUL WAGASKAR December 23, 2016, 6:06 pm

    Please give me chance in film

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  • ATUL WAGASKAR December 23, 2016, 6:07 pm

    Please give me chance in your film

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  • Ram March 23, 2017, 8:27 am

    Hi, I have some stories, all are graphic oriented. I donot know any person in telugu industry, But my brothers and i made a shote films. Please give me chance in your films. We will do best.
    Email: ramu.inrl@gmail.com

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  • Naman Saxena April 21, 2017, 2:24 am

    I’m Naman Saxena from India. Coming straight to the point, sir I’m having a story which is a past event… It’s not a history but it was a true story ; the punches and U turns are fab in the story and it continues parallel to an adventurous path.
    Sir, requesting you to once have a look on my story.

    Thank you
    Naman Saxena
    (Bhopal, India)
    Contact number : 8462841107

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  • Karen claus August 2, 2017, 6:41 pm

    Has Stephen Spielberg ever thought about a film in similar vein to 39 steps?
    The great British Justice system!
    The high incidence of suicides and my own included.
    It is a terrifying experience under the umbrella of corruption and orchestration with no way forward.
    Especially up against a former crown prosecutor!
    The story of a nail-biting nightmare.
    Call it ‘ I was here…’ ( reference to my impending suicide)
    A fight between a mental breakdown and fighting for ones life.
    All the ingredients of ‘love, obsession, mental breakdown, comedy and the unfortunate corruption of our Justice system.

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  • Andrés Desconocido Desconocido September 1, 2017, 5:24 am

    Señor spilberg ,una película sobre viajes teóricos hacia cualquier dirección del tiempo espacio en una computadora,realidad virtual ,ke contenga aventura acción y sentimientos,esta computadora trabaja con logaritmos capaces de acer calculos infinitos de nuestra realidad,personajes en busca de una cura a las enfermedades virus mutantes, y desifrar la estructura del todo.

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  • mplo February 19, 2018, 7:40 pm

    Mr. Spielberg, I know you are planning to start a re-make of the 1961 film version of the great musical, West Side Story, which won 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture of 1961, when it came out. You have done some really wonderful films, but I think that West Side Story, as a film, is a classic that’s best left alone.

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  • Jan Jelinek March 6, 2018, 1:45 am

    Dear Sir,

    I am 78 years old, I was born in the Second World War to a Jewish mother and I am a “hidden child”.

    I graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Charles University in Prague, and for 23 years I worked as a film director in Documentary Film Prague.

    For your “Surviving Holocaust” Foundation, I have made 50 interviews with people who have experienced the Holocaust.

    Five books have been published, this year is the fifth, I’m writing mostly about the Holocaust, about which I teach the youth.

    I have the last wish in life:

    I would like to take part in the shooting of your movie. I just needed to be the last assistant, paid just enough to have food and sleep.

    It’s about seeing your work, so different from what I’ve seen for so many years in the Film Studios in Prague at Barrandov.

    I’m not looking for a profit, I’m happy to help with the Claim Conference.

    I believe you can hear me.

    With all due respect

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