Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis
Chicago native who started as an assistant cameraman on famed cinematographer Haskell Wexler's "Medium Cool" (1968). Davis moved to L.A. and began his first career as a director of photography working on "Hit Man", "Cool Breeze" (both 1972) and Jonathan Kaplan's "The Slams" (1973). He made his feature directorial debut with the independent musical "Stony Island" (1977), which he co-wrote and...

Anna Asp

Scandinavian art director who designed the later films of Ingmar Bergman, earning an Oscar for "Fanny and Alexander" (1982). Asp's other notable work includes Andrei Tarkovsky's final film (shot in Sweden), "The Sacrifice" (1986), and Bille August's "Pelle the Conqueror" (1987).

Ben Lewin

Ben Lewin
A Polish-born, English-trained Australian writer-director, Ben Lewin impressed the world with his creative gifts. Using crutches after contracting polio as a child, Lewin overcame his physical challenges and built an international screen career, winning Australian Writers' Guild Awards for "The Dunera Boys" (BBC, 1985) and "The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish" (1991), as well as an...

Chen Yi Fei

Credits: Lifashi, Lifashi, Lifashi, Evening Liaison BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1945

David Hill

David Hill
David Hill was named president and chief operating officer of Fox Television in July 1996, adding to his duties as president of Fox Sports, a position he had assumed in 1993. Hill has been charged by Rupert Murdoch with expanding all the Fox television units, including the Fox TV stations, the Fox Network, 20th Century Fox TV production and all cable activities, which include sports and news...