Steven-Charles Jaffe

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Steven-Charles Jaffe
Born Steven-Charles Jaffe
Occupation Producer, writer, director
Years active 1975–present

Steven-Charles Jaffe is an American producer, writer, and director known for his work on such films as Motel Hell (1980), Ghost (1990), and Strange Days (1995). He is a long-time friend and collaborator of writer/director Nicholas Meyer and collaborated with him on such films as Time After Time (1979), The Day After (1983), Company Business (1991), and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991).

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Steven-Charles Jaffe is the son of the independent producer Herb Jaffe. In 2008, he formed Helix Films with producers Gaukhar Noortas and Kevin Foo.

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