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Anne Spielberg (born December 25, 1949) is a screenwriter and the sister of film director Steven Spielberg.
She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1949. After working for her brother's production company, Amblin Entertainment, she co-wrote the movie Big in 1988, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing of an Original Screenplay. She was also a co-producer on the film, along with noted television and film producer James L. Brooks. She was also an uncredited cowriter of 1998's Small Soldiers.
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