Leslie Dixon

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Leslie Dixon
Residence Beverly Hills, California
Nationality American
Occupation Screenwriter, film producer
Spouse(s) Tom Ropelewski

Leslie Dixon is an American screenwriter and producer.


Early life[edit]

Leslie Dixon grew up in the Bay Area.[1] She is the granddaughter of photographer Dorothea Lange and landscaper painter Maynard Dixon.


Some of the screenplays she has written include: Outrageous Fortune, Overboard, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Thomas Crown Affair, Pay It Forward, and Hairspray.[2]

She was nominated for a Saturn Award for her Freaky Friday screenplay.

Personal life[edit]

She is married to screenwriter Tom Ropelewski.[1] They reside in Beverly Hills, California.[1]