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Henry Jaglom was born on 26 January, 1938 in London, England, UK, is a Writer, Director, Actor. Discover Henry Jaglom's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 83 years old?

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Occupation writer,director,actor
Age 83 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 26 January 1938
Birthday 26 January
Birthplace London, England, UK
Nationality UK

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Henry Jaglom Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Henry Jaglom's Wife?

His wife is Tanna Frederick (29 December 2013 - present), Victoria Foyt (1991 - ?) ( divorced) ( 2 children), Patrice Townsend (1979 - 1983) ( divorced)

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Wife Tanna Frederick (29 December 2013 - present), Victoria Foyt (1991 - ?) ( divorced) ( 2 children), Patrice Townsend (1979 - 1983) ( divorced)
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Henry Jaglom Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Henry Jaglom worth at the age of 83 years old? Henry Jaglom’s income source is mostly from being a successful Writer. He is from UK. We have estimated Henry Jaglom's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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Frederick's third film with Jaglom, Queen of the Lot (2010), opens in theaters across the United States in November 2010.


Hollywood Dreams (2006) dealt with a young woman's obsession with fame in the film industry and introduced Tanna Frederick, who then starred in Jaglom's Irene in Time (2009), a look at the complex relationships between fathers and daughters and how it haunts some women for the rest of their lives.


Going Shopping (2005) explored that subject as the third part of Jaglom's "Women's Trilogy", the others being "Eating" and "Babyfever".


Festival in Cannes (2001) explored the lives and relationships of those involved in the world of filmmaking and was shot entirely at the Cannes International Film Festival.


Déjà Vu (1997) was about the yearning of people trying to find their perfect soul mate and was the only film in which Vanessa Redgrave and her mother, Rachel Kempson, appeared together.


Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) was a Chekhovian look at the life of a theatrical family and starred Viveca Lindfors in her last screen role.


Babyfever (1994) was about the issue of women with ticking biological clocks.


In 1990, Jaglom directed Eating (1990), about a group of women with eating disorders and how they cope with it and one another.


Jaglom co-starred in four of his most personal films - Always (1985), (But Not Forever (1985)); Someone to Love (1987) starring Orson Welles in his farewell film performance; New Year's Day (1989), which introduced David Duchovny, and Venice/Venice (1992), opposite French star Nelly Alard.


Film critic David Thomson said of Jaglom's Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983) that it "is an actors' film in that it grows out of their personalities-it is as loose and unexpected as life, but is shaped and witty as a great short story. In truth, a new kind of film. . . " It starred Karen Black.


His third film, the first to be a commercial success, was Sitting Ducks (1980), a comic romp that co-starred Zack Norman with Jaglom's brother, Michael Emil.


His next film, Tracks (1976), starred Hopper and was one of the earliest movies to explore the psychological cost on America of the Vietnam War.


As a playwright, Jaglom has written four plays that have been successfully performed on Los Angeles stages: "The Waiting Room" (1974), "A Safe Place" (2003), "Always-But Not Forever" (2007) and "Just 45 Minutes From Broadway" (2009/2010).


Jaglom began his filmmaking career, working with Nicholson, on the editing of Hopper's Easy Rider (1969), and made his writing/directing debut in 1971 with A Safe Place (1971), starring Tuesday Weld, Nicholson and Welles.


Was a close friend of Natalie Wood and was one of her frequent escorts during the summer of 1966.


Under contract to Columbia Pictures, Jaglom guest-starred in such TV shows as Gidget (1965) and The Flying Nun (1967), and acted in a number of films which included Richard Rush's Psych-Out (1968), Boris Sagal's The Thousand Plane Raid (1969), Jack Nicholson's Drive, He Said (1971), Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie (1971), Maurice Dugowson's Lily, aime-moi (1975) and Orson Welles' never-completed The Other Side of the Wind (2018).


Henry Jaglom trained with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York, where he acted, wrote and directed off-Broadway theater and cabaret before settling in Hollywood in the late 1960s.