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The American film director Barry Levinson (born 1942) moved to Hollywood after finishing university in Washington D.C. He started writing scripts for tv sketches, some in collaboration with Mel Brooks. He started directing films in the 1980s. Within a short time span, he directed films such as "Rain Man", "Good Morning Vietnam" and "Sleepers". The film "Wag the Dog", featuring Robert de Niro as a ruthless spin doctor also won a lot of acclaim. In 2001, he saw success with the comedy "Bandits", featuring Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton in the main roles. So far, Levinson has directed 6 actors in Oscar nominated performances.
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