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Andrew Fleming

Andrew Fleming studied filmmaking at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. One of his award-winning student films, P.P.T., earned him a fellowship at Warner Bros. upon graduation. He made his feature directorial debut not long after with the psychological thriller Bad Dreams, starring Jennifer Rubin. Mr. Fleming also co-wrote the screenplay for the film.

He next wrote and directed the romantic coming-of-age comedy Threesome, starring Lara Flynn Boyle, Josh Charles, and Stephen Baldwin. The film world-premiered at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. The Craft, directed and co-written by Mr. Fleming, followed two years later. The supernatural thriller starred Neve Campbell, Rachel True, Fairuza Balk, and Robin Tunney. The latter two actresses shared a MTV Movie Award for Best Fight.

He paired two more actresses, Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams, for Dick; Mr. Fleming directed and co-wrote the comedic riff on the Watergate scandal. The picture was a Golden Satellite Award nominee for Best Picture [Comedy/Musical]. His next films as director were the espionage comedy The In- Laws, starring Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks; and the teen detective tale Nancy Drew, starring Emma Roberts, which he also co-wrote.

Mr. Fleming has also directed episodes of the television series Grosse Pointe and Arrested Development, among others. His first collaboration with Hamlet 2 co-screenwriter Pam Brady was on Paranormal Girl, a telefilm pilot that they co-wrote and that he directed and executive-produced; the supernatural comedy/drama starred Sasha Barrese.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2008.
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Andrew Fleming Facts

OccupationDirector, Writer
BirthdayDecember 30, 1965 (50)

Selected Filmography

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