Sherry Lansing

Highest Rated: 90% The Accused (1988)
Lowest Rated: 35% Indecent Proposal (1993)
Birthday: Jul 31, 1944
Birthplace: Not Available
Fans of Howard Hawks' Rio Lobo (1969) may be intrigued to discover that the beautiful secondary heroine who is facially disfigured by the villains is the same person who later produced Fatal Attraction (1987), The Accused (1988) and Indecent Proposal (1993). Chicago-born film executive Sherry Lansing did indeed pursue an acting career after graduating from Northwestern University. Sensing that her film roles might be limited to Rio Lobo-type supporting parts, Ms. Lansing applied her intelligence and drive to the production end. She joined Talent Associates in 1974, where she was an executive in charge of development; three years later, she was appointed vice president in charge of production at Columbia. Hit films like the Oscar-winning Kramer vs. Kramer catapulted Ms. Lansing into the presidency of 20th Century-Fox -- the first woman ever to hold such a position. While undaunted by the heavy administrative responsibilities, Lansing preferred to be a hands-on moviemaker, thus in 1984 she teamed with one-time Paramount Pictures president Stanley R. Jaffe to form the successful independent production company, Jaffe-Lansing. When Jaffe was appointed president of Paramount Communications in 1990, Sherry Lansing became that organization's chairperson.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Women Who Run Hollywood Actor 2016
No Score Yet The Brothers Warner Actor 2008
No Score Yet Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters Actor 2006
35% Indecent Proposal Producer 1993
68% School Ties Producer 1992
52% Black Rain Producer 1989
90% The Accused Producer 1988
77% Fatal Attraction Producer 1987
36% Firstborn Executive Producer Producer 1984
60% Racing With the Moon Executive Producer Producer 1984
68% Rio Lobo Amelita 1971
No Score Yet Loving Susan 1970

TV

CREDIT
94% Frasier
1993-2004
Guest
  • 1996

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