Noah Harlan

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Noah Harlan is an independent film producer and Founder of Two Bulls. He produced six feature films, three with director Raphael Nadjari. Noah received an Emmy Award in "Advanced Media Interactivity" in 2008.

Harlan grew up in Cranbury, New Jersey.[1] graduated from Williams College in 1997 with a degree in Computer Science. He also studied at Trinity College (University of Melbourne) and the British American Drama Academy.

He lives in Manhattan with his wife, author Micol Ostow.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Rubin, Debra. "Day school and punk rock collide in teen novel", New Jersey Jewish News, December 6, 2010. Accessed October 8, 2018. "In her latest book, So Punk Rock (And Other Ways to Disappoint your Mother), Ostow, a graduate of the Solomon Schechter Day School of Essex and Union in West Orange, outlines the misadventures of four New Jersey suburban day school teens who form a punk rock band and make a splash on the bar mitzva circuit.... The South Orange native author spoke to NJJN by phone from her Manhattan home, where she lives with her Emmy Award-winning filmmaker husband Noah Harlan, a Cranbury native who grew up attending Congregation Beth Chaim in Princeton Junction."

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