John Lee Hancock
Wrote and directed "Saving Mr. Banks."
Co-wrote screenplay for "Snow White and the Huntsman"
Wrote and directed "The Blind Side," based on the 2006 book by Michael Lewis
Wrote and directed the American war film "The Alamo"
Directed Dennis Quaid in "The Rookie"
Produced the family film "My Dog Skip"
Created and wrote the pilot for the CBS drama series "L.A. Doctors"
Re-teamed with Eastwood to write the screen adaptation of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"
First collaboration with director Clint Eastwood, the screenplay for "A Perfect World"
Feature film directing and screenwriting debut, "Vaya Con Dios" (also known by "Hard Time Romance")
Founded the Los Angeles based, Legal Aliens Theatre Company, along with Brandon Lee, Bill Allen and George Davis
Grew up in Texas
Worked as a lawyer for four years prior to making his decision to embark on a film career
Served as production coordinator, location scout and assistant director
Member of the Fountainhead Theater Company in Los Angeles
Worked as freelance writer for the European Press Association and Alpha Press
His brother played football professionally, and his father and other brother played in college. Hancock has directed multiple films about sports, including the football film "The Blind Side."
Collaborated repeatedly with director Clint Eastwood during the 1990s.