Jennifer Abbott is a well-known editor in Hollywood. She was born on January 28, 1965, in Canada. She is a Canadian director and editor, who specializes in social justice and environmental documentaries. She is best known for her work as the co-director and editor of the documentary, The Corporation (2003), which examines large corporations in the 21st century.

And the documentary has received 26 awards, including a Sundance Film Festival award, a Genie for best documentary and a top ten film of the year by the Toronto International Film Festival. Most recently, she has co-written and edited Sea Blind about the sea route opening along the melting Arctic Ocean and the price of shipping our stuff. It was screened at the 2015 Paris climate talks and is making the rounds to the ports of Europe projected onto walls of shipping containers. 

Troy Beyer English Actress

Troy Beyer

Troy Beyer is an American Director, Author, Screenplay Writer, Actress, and Psychologist. Troy was born on the 7th of November in the year 1964. She was born in New York City, the United States. Her full name is Troy Yvette Beyer. Her father's name is Jerrold Beyer, and her mother's name is Hannan Wells. Troy started her acting career at the age of four. She played a role in the children’s program named Sesame Street. She studied Psychology from City University of New York’s School of Arts. She also studied acting from the same university. Troy had a re-entry into the acting career with The Cotton Club (1984) by Francis Ford Coppola. She then moved to Los Angeles to make a career in the Entertainment Industry. She later appeared in the TV shows Knots Landing (1985), Dynasty (1986-1987), Murder One (1996-1997), and a few more. She also worked in the films Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1987) as Emmaline, The White Girl (1990) as Kim, Eddie (1996), John Q (2002), Mommy’s Little Monster (2012), and many more. Troy turned into a writer with the film B*A*P*S (1997). She later wrote Let’s Talk About Sex (1998), an episode in Soul Food (2000), Love Don’t Cost a Thing (2003), and I Really Hate My Ex (2015). Troy started her career as a Director with Let’s Talk About Sex (1998). She later directed Love Don’t Cost a Thing (2003), an episode of South of Nowhere (2005), and I Really Hate My Ex (2015).   Troy wrote two books “How To Be A Powerfully Responsible Bitch & Take Your Life To New Heights” and “Ex-Free: 9 Keys To Happiness After Heartbreak.” Both the books, were best-sellers on Amazon. Troy married Mark Burg in the year 1994. They had a child together who's name is Jordan Burg. They later had a divorce in the year 2000 due to some unknown reasons. 

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Susanne Bier

Susanne Bier took birth on April 15, 1960. By profession, she is a film director, producer, and writer (Danish). Her birth pace is Copenhagen in Denmark. She is the first and only female director who has won various international honors like an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe, an Academy Award, and most importantly the European Film Award. She studied art at “Bezalel Academy of Art and Design” located in Jerusalem and architecture in London from “Architectural Association School and Architecture” and then learned film direction at “National Film School of Denmark.” Her graduation film was “De Saliges” in the year 1987. At Munich film school Festival, it won the first prize and the official distribution was done by “Channel Four.” She lives with theater composer and producer Jesper Winge Leisner, and the couple has two children Alice Esther (1995) and Gabriel (1989). After the success of her graduation film, her successive ventures like “Freud leaving home,” “Family Matters,” “Like it was Never Before” were also quite successful. In the year 1999, her film “The One and Only,” which was a romantic comedy was a huge success, and it won many local Danish Film Academy Awards. From that time onwards, Paprika Steen and Bier became quite good friends. Till now, no movie has been able to beat its popularity in Denmark. After that she made many engaging movies like “Brothers” (2004), ‘After that Wedding” (2006). She won the Oscar award for the movie “In the Better World” for the category of “Best Foreign Language.” Her first American Film was “Things We Lost In Fire” (2008). Then in the year 2012, she again worked for a romantic comedy “Love Is All You Need.” Her second American Film was “Serena” in the year 2014. Mostly she works for the genre of tragedy, pain, and atonement. She has also worked for various commercials, music videos, and short films. She is a person having quite a different reputation as compared to most of the people in the industry. She is well known and critically acclaimed for making such feature films that are quite appealing to the international market. The T.V. series named “The Night Manager” (2016) directed by her and produced by AMC and BBC was well received worldwide from its launch. It got 12 nominations for “Primetime Emmy Awards,” and out of them, Sussane won one of them for her direction. Then after that, it got four nominations for “Golden Globe Awards” out of which, it won three.

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Susanne Bier English Actress