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MIKE NICHOLS is a multi-faceted leader in the entertainment industry who has been honored for his contributions to both stage and screen. His accolades include an Oscar, an Emmy, seven Tony Awards and a Directors Guild Award.

Nichols directed his first film, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, in 1966, for which Elizabeth Taylor won an Academy Award for Best Actress. The following year, he received the Oscar for Best Director as well as the Directors Guild Award and the New York Film Critics Award for The Graduate, which propelled Dustin Hoffman to instant stardom and an Academy Award nomination. The Graduate also garnered an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture and, nearly three decades later, remains one of the seminal films of a generation. Known as an actor's director, Nichols has directed 15 performances cited for Oscar nominations.

Nichols has gone on to direct numerous critically and commercially successful motion pictures including Silkwood and Working Girl, both nominated for Academy Awards for Best Director, Catch 22, Carnal Knowledge, Heartburn, Biloxi Blues, Postcards from the Edge, Regarding Henry, Wolf and The Birdcage and Primary Colors, both of which were adapted by Elaine May.

Nichols was born in Berlin, Germany to a Russian father and German mother. His family immigrated to the United States when he was seven, and he was brought up in New York City. He attended the University of Chicago where, together with Elaine May and Paul Sills, he founded the comedy group The Compass, later renamed Second City.

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