Jamie Patricof

Jamie Patricof is a movie and television producer and co-founder of Electric City Entertainment.[1]

Jamie Patricof
Born
James Douglas Patricof

New York City, New York
NationalityAmerican
OccupationBusinessman
Known forFounder of Electric City Entertainment
Spouse(s)Kelly Sawyer Patricof
ChildrenRiley and Sawyer Patricof
Parent(s)Susan Hatkoff Patricof
Alan Patricof

Early lifeEdit

Born to Jewish parents, Jamie Patricof is the son of Alan Patricof, the founder of Apax Partners private equity firm, and Edythe Susan Patricof, sister of Craig Hatkoff. Patricof grew up in NYC, and went to The Collegiate School and The Fieldston School. He has two brothers, Jon Patricof, the President of the NYCFC and Mark Patricof, a Managing Director at Houlihan Lokey.[2]

CareerEdit

Jamie Patricof is a founder of Hunting Lane Films, a production company based in Los Angeles. He was involved in the following productions:

Patricof's documentary projects include Levitated Mass (2013) Confessions Of A Superhero (2007), THE OFFSEASON (2014), a documentary for HBO and three documentaries for ESPN’s 30 for 30 series: Straight Outta LA (2010), The Day The Series Stopped (2014), and Sole Man (2009), directed by Jon Weinbach & Dan Marks.

Family LifeEdit

Jamie is married to former model Kelly Sawyer Patricof, who was born in London but raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Kelly is the co-founder of the non profit Baby2Baby.[3] They have two children Riley and Sawyer Patricof.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jamie Patricof". Variety.
  2. ^ The Albany Times Union: "Producer rekindles 'Toyland' memories - Movieman behind "Pines" visits with his family who ran well-known stores" By PAUL GRONDAHL September 28, 2011
  3. ^ "Kelly Sawyer Patricof - Creative Director, Satine Private Label. Los Angeles". The Coveteur. Retrieved 2016-08-27.

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