Mae Lee Ziskin
University of Southern California
Once again produced the telecast of the Academy Awards
With Ian Bryce, served as producer on "Spider-Man"
Was first solo female producer of the annual telecast of the Academy Awards
Served as a producer on the live TV broadcast of "Fail Safe" (CBS)
Resigned from Fox 2000 on November 1; by December had signed three-year production deal with Columbia
Executive produced the Oscar-nominated Best Picture, "As Good As It Gets"
First Fox 2000 pictures released, "Courage Under Fire" and "One Fine Day"
Produced Gus Van Sant's black satire, "To Die For"
Directoral debut, with short "Oh, What a Day! 1914" (Touchstone)
Named president of Fox 2000 Pictures
First story credit, "Hero"; also produced
Produced Bill Murray's comedy, "What About Bob?"
First credit as executive producer, "Pretty Woman"
Joined in a producing partnership with Ian Sander, produced two vehicles featuring Dennis Quaid, "D.O.A." and "Everybody's All American"
First credit as producer, "Murphy's Romance"; starred Sally Field
Produced TV-movie "One Cooks, the Other Doesn't" (CBS)
First credit as associate producer, "The Eyes of Laura Mars" (Columbia)
Became a development executive
Formed Fogwood Films with Sally Field
Worked with Jon Peters on developing the 1976 remake of "A Star Is Born"
Began show business career as a writer for a game show
Formed Laura Ziskin Productions