Doug McHenry is an American film director and producer.
Doug McHenry was born in 1952 and grew up in Richmond, California. He graduated from
Stanford University in 1973 with a degree in economics, and from Harvard University with a degree in law and business administration. 
He worked for film producer
Peter Guber at Casablanca Records as a business affairs executive then production executive, involved in films Thank God It's Friday (1978), The Hollywood Knights (1980) and Foxes (1980) before starting his own production company,  Elephant Walk Entertainment, with partner George Jackson. Jackson and McHenry produced a number of films together including Krush Groove, , New Jack City , Jason's Lyric and the series of A Thin Line Between Love and Hate films. House Party   
Jason's Lyric starring Jada Pinkett Smith, Allen Payne, and Forest Whitaker.  
References [ edit ]
^ "Doug McHenry biography and filmography". Tribute.ca . Retrieved . October 18, 2010
^ Donalson, Melvin (2003). Black Directors in Hollywood. Austin, Texas, United States of America: University of Texas Press. pp. 156–159. ISBN 978-0-292-7017-3 .
^ Luke Ford (2004). . iUniverse. The Producers: Profiles in Frustration ISBN 978-0-595-32016-5.
^ "Doug McHenry Biography (1958?-)". Filmreference.com . Retrieved . October 18, 2010
^ Canby, Vincent. "Doug McHenry - About This Person - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com . Retrieved . October 18, 2010
^ "Doug Mchenry". Filmbug. July 3, 2002 . Retrieved . October 18, 2010
^ "Doug McHenry". Thebestofwho.com. October 5, 2010 . Retrieved . October 18, 2010
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