|Birthname||Cameron Bruce Crowe|
|born on||13 July 1957 at 20:25 (= 8:25 PM )|
|Place||Palm Springs, California, 33n50, 116w33|
|Timezone||PDT h7w (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||21°25' 15°59 Asc. 00°01'|
American director, producer, screenwriter, journalist, author, and actor. Before moving into the film industry, Crowe was a contributing editor at Rolling Stone magazine, for which he still frequently writes.
Crowe's debut screenwriting effort, "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," grew out of a book he wrote while posing for one year undercover as a student at Clairemont High School in San Diego, California.
Later, he wrote and directed one more high school saga, "Say Anything," followed by "Singles," a story of twentysomethings that was woven together by a soundtrack centering on Seattle's burgeoning grunge music scene.
Crowe landed his biggest hit with "Jerry Maguire." After this, he was given a green light to go ahead with a pet project, the autobiographical effort "Almost Famous." Centering on a teenage music journalist on tour with an up-and-coming band, it gave insight to his life as a 15-year-old writer for Rolling Stone. For his screenplay, he won an Academy Award.
In late 1999, Crowe's second book was published, a question and answer session with the film director Billy Wilder entitled "Conversations with Wilder."
- Work : Prize 25 March 2001 (Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for "Almost Famous")
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Birth certificate in hand from Viktor E.
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Vocation : Entertain/Business : Director
- Vocation : Entertain/Business : Entertain Producer
- Vocation : Writers : Columnist/ journalist
- Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction