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JEFF NATHANSON (Writer/Director) delivers on the promise of his notable work as a writer with his directorial debut "The Last Shot.” Nathanson's choices in projects run the creative gamut, from the hit comedic pair of "Rush Hour” films to the eclectic, critical hit "Catch Me If You Can.” Nathanson continues to undertake projects with a certain element of truth to them with stories grounded in real life. It is with these stories that he can expand and build upon characters, and allow them to take on a life of their own. This passion for his craft is evident in each of his projects, particularly in "The Last Shot,” which he developed from a true story and brought to fruition as both writer and director.

As a writer, Nathanson has worked on a variety of film and television projects. Most recently, he co-wrote the screenplay for "The Terminal,” marking his second collaboration with director Steven Spielberg, following "Catch Me If You Can,” for which he earned a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. He graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, before entering the American Film Institute's screenwriting program in 1989.

Nathanson currently has a number of projects that he is working on, among them, an original comedy called "Floaters,” which he is writing and also has plans to direct. Nathanson currently resides in Los Angeles.


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