- Veber, Jean
- (July 3, 1965, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France - )The son of screenwriter, playwright, and director Francis Veber, he was educated at Santa Monica College, California (cinema department). Having returned to France, he worked as an assistant to talent agents (Artmédia, 1986-1987) and was briefly a journalist for Studio Magazine (January-July 1988). Then he entered films as a production trainee in various film companies (Gaumont, Parafrance Films, Films Ariane). In 1994, he joined the Walt Disney Company in Burbank, California, as a production assistant. He was also a trainee assistant director (1981 La Chèvre / UK and USA: The Goat, Francis Veber, France / Mexico), actor (1986 Les Fugitifs, Francis Veber), assistant director to Sam Raimi (1992 Army of Darkness, USA), and co-screenwriter (1993 Le Syndrome de Gilles de la Tourette, short, Philippe Azoulay; 1994 Cache Cash, Claude Pinoteau).Filmography1999 ◘ La Ballade de Don (short; also screenwriter, dialogist)2003 ◘ Le Pharmacien de garde (also screenwriter, dialogist)
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