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Charles H. Joffe Biography

  • Profession: Executive Producer, Producer, Co-Executive Producer
  • Born: Jul 16, 1929
  • Died: Jul 9, 2008

Syracuse University graduate Charles H. Joffe gained his show business reputation as a talent agent, in association with [[Performer~P166492~Jack Rollins~jackrollins]]. During the 1960s, Joffe's clientele included such specialized comedians as [[Performer~P79388~Woody Allen~woodyallen]] and Dick Cavett; some have credited him with helping to define Allen's and Cavett's distinctive on-stage personalities. Maintaining his professional association with Allen into the 1990s, Joffe has served as producer or executive producer on virtually every one of Allen's film projects, from [[Feature~V14316~Don't Drink the Water~dontdrinkthewater]] (1968) to [[Feature~V135026~Mighty Aphrodite~mightyaphrodite]] (1995). Charles H. Joffe's handful of non-Woody Allen assignments include the 1981 [[Performer~P103371~Dudley Moore~dudleymoore]] starrer [[Feature~V3015~Arthur~arthur]] (1981) and his executive-producer chores during the first season of TV's Cheers. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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