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Terry Jastrow is an acclaimed playwright in the USA & UK, a published novelist, successful screenwriter and a 7-time Emmy Award winner. Recently he wrote the stage play IN THE COURT of PUBLIC OPINION in which George W. Bush is put on trial for War Crimes in connection with the Iraq War (World Premiere, NYC, 2020). He also completed a screenplay, ANIMAL CRACKER, the story of a man who saved the animals in the Bagdad Zoo at the beginning of the Iraq War. Terry’s first non-fiction book, THOUGHT IS BOSS: Reclaim Your Life, will be published soon and his second novel, PAST IS PROLOGUE, about eight baby boomers coming of age in the turbulent late 1960s will be published later this year.

Terry has achieved/earned the following:

• Wrote & directed stage play Jane Fonda’s War (London, 2016), nominated for Best New Play, currently being considered by NYC producer
• Wrote & published the novel, The Trial of Prisoner 043 (2017)
• Directed play A Couple White Chicks Sitting Around Talking starring Anne Archer and Elizabeth Ashley, Los Angeles (early 1980’s)
• Wrote & directed As If It Matters, starring Kay Lenz, Beverly Hills Playhouse (mid-1980’s)
• Wrote, directed & produced feature film The Squeeze (2015), licensed by Golf Channel for 10 years
• Became the youngest network television producer/director in history (age 22, ABC)
• Producer/Director of six Olympics Games: Munich (1972), Montreal (1976), Lake Placid (1980), Sarajevo & Los Angeles (1984) and Calgary (1988)
• Directed OPENING & CLOSING CEREMONIES of 1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS to a combined worldwide audience of one billion
• Co-wrote, produced & starred in feature film Waltz Across Texas, directed by David Lean’s cinematographer, Ernest Day (1982)
• Produced & directed first primetime coverage of the world-famous Haute Couture Fashion Collections from Paris (ABC, 1999-2000)
• Nominated for 17 Emmy Awards (won 7 Emmys)

Terry Jastrow is an acclaimed playwright in the USA & UK, a published novelist, successful screenwriter and a 7-time Emmy Award winner. Recently he wrote the stage play IN THE COURT of PUBLIC OPINION in which George W. Bush is put on trial for War Crimes in connection with the Iraq War (World Premiere, NYC, 2020). He also completed a screenplay, ANIMAL CRACKER, the story of a man who saved the animals in the Bagdad Zoo at the beginning of the Iraq War. Terry’s first non-fiction book, THOUGHT IS BOSS: Reclaim Your Life, will be published soon and his second novel, PAST IS PROLOGUE, about eight baby boomers coming of age in the turbulent late 1960s will be published later this year.

Terry has achieved/earned the following:

• Wrote & directed stage play Jane Fonda’s War (London, 2016), nominated for Best New Play, currently being considered by NYC producer
• Wrote & published the novel, The Trial of Prisoner 043 (2017)
• Directed play A Couple White Chicks Sitting Around Talking starring Anne Archer and Elizabeth Ashley, Los Angeles (early 1980’s)
• Wrote & directed As If It Matters, starring Kay Lenz, Beverly Hills Playhouse (mid-1980’s)
• Wrote, directed & produced feature film The Squeeze (2015), licensed by Golf Channel for 10 years
• Became the youngest network television producer/director in history (age 22, ABC)
• Producer/Director of six Olympics Games: Munich (1972), Montreal (1976), Lake Placid (1980), Sarajevo & Los Angeles (1984) and Calgary (1988)
• Directed OPENING & CLOSING CEREMONIES of 1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS to a combined worldwide audience of one billion
• Co-wrote, produced & starred in feature film Waltz Across Texas, directed by David Lean’s cinematographer, Ernest Day (1982)
• Produced & directed first primetime coverage of the world-famous Haute Couture Fashion Collections from Paris (ABC, 1999-2000)
• Nominated for 17 Emmy Awards (won 7 Emmys)

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Nominated Best New Play,
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