Neophyte screenwriter Anne Spielberg hit a homerun her first time at bat with the critically and commercially successful "Big" (1988) which recounted the experiences of a twelve-year-old boy who is ma...
|Wrote script for a TV-movie on bag ladies; optioned by CBS but never produced|
|Scripted "Imaginary Friend" (lensed 2002) for director Gary Ross|
|Wrote an episode of "Amazing Stories", a fantasy anthology TV series, entitled "What If?"|
|Co-wrote and co-produced (with Gary Ross) "Big", the popular fantasy feature directed by Penny Marshall and starring Tom Hanks|
|Leah Adler||Mother||divorced from Spielberg's father|
|Bernie Adler||Step-Father||married Spielberg's mother|
|Bernice Colner||Step-Mother||married Arnold Spielberg on April 6, 1997|
|Nancy Speilberg||Sister||born in 1956|
|Arnold Spielberg||Father||divorced from Spielberg's mother; born c. 1918|
|Steven Spielberg||Brother||Born Dec. 18, 1947|
|Sue Spileberg||Sister||born in 1953|
|Arizona State University|
|Spielberg's teleplay sale to "Amazing Stories" occured after her screenplay for "Big" was purchased by producer James L. Brooks and 20th Century-Fox but the TV episode aired two years before the release of the film.|
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