Paltrow began his career in entertainment in New York working at Screen Gems, a division of Columbia Pictures. In the early 1970s, Paltrow's breakthrough came with the television movie Shirts/Skins, an action/comedy that he wrote and produced for ABC. Several years later Paltrow wrote and directed his first television series, The White Shadow, which in recent years has risen to cult status.
In 1982, Paltrow entered the feature film world, producing and directing A Little Sex, starring Tim Matheson and Kate Capshaw. In the same year, the offbeat, critically acclaimed hospital drama St. Elsewhere premiered on NBC. As executive producer and director, Paltrow established the show's trademark realism, complex story lines, and clever humor. During its six years on the air, the series was nominated for numerous Emmy, Golden Globe and Humanitas Prizes and won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award. St. Elsewhere is also considered to have paved the way for current medical drama successes such as ER and Chicago Hope.
Through a body of work spanning three decades, Paltrow has unfailingly presented stories about courage, decency and fair play. He has been recognized as a champion of women and minorities, receiving the first Diversity Award from the Directors Guild of America in 1997.
Paltrow and his wife Blythe Danner had two children: Gwyneth and Jake.
Bruce Paltrow Facts
|Birth Name||Bruce William Paltrow|
|Birthday||November 27, 1943|
|Birthplace||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Date of death||October 3, 2002 (age 58)|
|Height||6' 1" (1m85) How tall is Bruce Paltrow compared to you?|
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