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Jan Eliasberg

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Jan Pringle Eliasberg is an American film, theatre, television director and writer.


 life and career
Eliasberg is from New York City. She is the daughter of Ann Pringle Harris, an English teacher at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Jay Eliasberg, a retired vice president for research at the Columbia Broadcast Group. Her stepfather, Charles A. Harris, was the chairman of Harris Horan Textile Associates, textile converters and manufacturers in New York.

She graduated magna cum laude from Wesleyan University and earned a Master's degree at Yale School of Drama . In 1973, she co-founded Second Stage at Wesleyan, an organization of students dedicated to producing theater and other performances, which may be the country's first solely student-run volunteer theater organization.

She began her television directing career in 1986. Her credits include Miami Vice , L.A. Law, 21 Jump Street, Dawson's Creek, Sisters , Early Edition, Party of Five, Nash Bridges, Strong Medicine, Ghost Whisperer, among notable series.

She has also had a career in theatre, directing the plays Spring Awakening, Hedda Gabler, The Threepenny Opera, and The Importance of Being Earnest.

 personal life
In 1991, Eliasberg married Neil Alan Friedman, a studio executive at Columbia Pictures.

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