Jamie Patricof

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Jamie Patricof
Nationality American
Occupation Businessman
Known for Founder of Electric City Entertainment
Spouse(s) Kelly Sawyer
Children 2
Parent(s) Susan Hatkoff Patricof
Alan Patricof

Jamie Patricof is a movie and television producer and co-founder of Electric City Entertainment.[1]

Early life[edit]

Career[edit]

Jamie Patricof is a co-founder of Electric City Entertainment, a production company based in Los Angeles. He was involved in the following productions:

Patricof's documentary projects include Levitated Mass (2013) Confessions Of A Superhero (2007), THE OFFSEASON (2014), a documentary for HBO and three documentaries for ESPN’s 30 for 30 series: Straight Outta LA (2010), The Day The Series Stopped (2014), and Sole Man (2009), directed by Jon Weinbach & Dan Marks.

Jamie is married to former model Kelly Sawyer, who was born in London but raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Kelly is the co-founder of the non profit Baby2Baby.[3] They have two children.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jamie Patricof". Variety.
  2. ^ The Albany Times Union: "Producer rekindles 'Toyland' memories - Movieman behind "Pines" visits with his family who ran well-known stores" By PAUL GRONDAHL September 28, 2011
  3. ^ "Kelly Sawyer Patricof - Creative Director, Satine Private Label. Los Angeles". The Coveteur. Retrieved 2016-08-27.

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