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us: Hirsh, Michael, 1948-


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    • us: Hirsch, Michael, 1948-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Place

        Belgium
    • Associated Locale

        Canada
    • Associated Locale

        Toronto (Ont.)
    • Associated Locale

        New York
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Field of Activity

        Motion picture industry
          Television industry
        • Occupation

            Producer
              Screenwriter
                Director
            • Sources

              • found: Waynehead. [no. 407-404], Botswana Aki and the hydrant of doom, 1996 (name not given)
              • found: GU files (Peabody Archives), Aug. 27, 1998: 1996 Peabody Awards entry form (Michael Hirsch; producer)
              • found: LC database, Oct. 12, 1998 (hdg.: Hirsh, Michael; usage: Michael Hirsh)
              • found: LEXIS/NEXIS, Oct. 16, 1998: Electronic media international, Oct. 5, 1998 (Michael Hirsh, chairman of Nelvana Enterprises)
              • found: LEXIS/NEXIS, Oct. 16, 1998: Dir. of directors, c1996 (Hirsh, Michael, Nelvana Ltd., Chr; b. Feb. 8, 1948; residence: Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
              • found: LEXIS/NEXIS, Oct. 16, 1998: Hollywood reporter, Mar. 22, 1994 (Michael Hirsch; Nelvana... current chairman); Oct. 30, 1997 (Nelvana co-CEO Michael Hirsch)
              • found: Internet Movie Database, Apr. 4, 2016 (Michael Hirsh, producer, writer, director ; alternate name: Michael Hirsch)
              • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 4, 2016 (Michael Hirsh, born 1948, Belgian-born Canadian citizen, significant figure in the Canadian television industry, or more specifically children's programming, since the 1980s ; family emigrated to North America when he was a child, was primarily raised in Toronto and New York, after high school he attended York University in Toronto where he met business partner Patrick Loubert, co-founded Nelvana in 1971)
            • Editorial Notes

              • [Not to be confused with the Australian producer.]
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              • 1998-12-08: new
              • 2016-04-12: revised
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