Fredric Lebow

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For the New York City marathon founder, see Fred Lebow.

Fredric Lebow is an American screenwriter. He co-wrote the screenplay for While You Were Sleeping (1995) with Daniel G. Sullivan, but while it was acclaimed by many it did not receive any awards. He also had a minor role in the 1991 B-movie Chopper Chicks in Zombietown. He currently resides in Long Island, New York.

Education[edit]

Lebow has a masters in film from New York University[1] (His LinkedIn page says it was a MFA in Dramatic Writing in 1983). He received his BA in Political Science from Hofstra University in 1978. He is a 1974 graduate of Lawrence High School,[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Sleeping' Makes Dream Come True : Movies: After 12 years of drudgery, screenwriters Fredric Lebow and Daniel G. Sullivan strike it rich with 'While You Were Sleeping.' Now they're a hot property.
  2. ^ LinkedIn

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