began her career as a record company executive at such labels as MCA, Warner Bros., RCA and Arista. During that time, she worked with
Curtis Hanson as his music supervisor on Bad Influence, The River Wild and Wonder Boys, for which Bob Dylan received both the Golden globe and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Following the completion of Wonder Boys, Fenelon joined Hanson as his producing partner at their production company, Deuce Three Productions. Fenelon collaborated with Hanson as both executive producer and music supervisor on 8 Mile, for which Eminem received the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Fenelon's next picture with Hanson is Lucky You, a Warner Bros. movie set in the world of high stakes poker, starring Drew Barrymore, Eric Bana and Robert Duvall. Their other future projects include film adaptations of the George Pelecanos novel Right As Rain (for Warner Bros.), the Michael Farber novel The Crimson Petal & The White (for Sony), the non-fiction birdwatching saga The Big Year by Mark Obmascik (for Dreamworks) and Word Freak, Stefan Fatsis' non-fiction narrative set in the world of professional scrabble (for Paramount).
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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