Ted Tally

Lowest Rated: 19% The Juror (1996)
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Writer Ted Tally has had a steady career of crafting screenplay adaptations. He started out in 1987, writing the made-for-TV movie The Father Clements Story, starring Louis Gossett Jr. For his first feature film, he adapted Glenn Savan's novel for the romantic drama White Palace, starring Susan Sarandon and James Spader. In 1991, he won his first Academy award for The Silence of the Lambs, adapted from the Thomas Harris novel. The success of this film put him on the map as a screenwriter and earned him several other nominations. He experimented with different genres for his next few films: the sci-fi Mission to Mars, the dramatic thrillers The Juror and Before and After, and the Western All the Pretty Horses. In 2002, he adapted Red Dragon, the prequel to The Silence of the Lambs. His next project was adapting the Valerio Manfredi novels for Baz Luhrmann's epic Alexander the Great, scheduled for release in 2005.

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51% 12 Strong Screenwriter 2018
No Score Yet Tráiler de 12 valientes Screenwriter 2018
68% Red Dragon Screenwriter $93M 2002
32% All the Pretty Horses Screenwriter $14.8M 2000
25% Mission to Mars Screenwriter 2000
32% Before and After Screenwriter 1996
19% The Juror Screenwriter 1996
96% The Silence of the Lambs Screenwriter 1991
59% White Palace Screenwriter 1990
No Score Yet The Father Clements Story Screenwriter 1987

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