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Barry Josephson

Barry Josephson

Barry Josephson is an American film producer and former music manager.\nHe graduated from American University, Washington DC in 1978, and remains an active member of its American University School of Communication Alumni program. Josephson served as Vice President, then President, of Production for Columbia Pictures from 1991-1997, and has produced films and television for studios and networks such as The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures Television, and AMC from 1997 onward.\nJosephson began his career in entertainment at Landers/Roberts Productions, overseeing the music division's interest in feature film and television programming and there was involved with the popular sequel, Death Wish II. Josephson later worked for Gallin/Morey & Associates, managing the careers of such performers as Paula Abdul, Patti Labelle, Morris Day, and Whoopi Goldberg. During this time, Josephson also helped found Sandollar Films, whose production has included several of Dolly Parton's made-for-TV movies and specials; Tidy Endings, an HBO adaptation of Harvey Fierstein's play, Safe Sex; and such feature films as Gross Anatomy and True Identity.

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