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Jeffrey Tuchman

Date of passing: 
September 02, 2017

Jeffrey Tuchman was a documentary producer, director and writer, best known for his Bill Clinton biography The Man from Hope, which was shown at the 1992 Democratic Convention.

After Clinton was elected president, Tuchman directed the 1994 documentary White House: Inside With the President's Photographer. He went on to produce political ads for the senate and Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign ad “Invisible People.”

In 2005, he directed an episode of History's Save Our History series, called "Voices of Civil Rights," which featured an oral history of the civil rights movement. The episode won a News & Documentary Emmy Award and a Peabody.

Additionally, Tuchman helmed an episode of The Investigators, and produced episodes of Investigative Reports, Science Times, Crime Stories, Real Sex, I-Witness, The System and Vanity Fair Confidential.

Jeffrey Tuchman was a documentary producer, director and writer, best known for his Bill Clinton biography The Man from Hope, which was shown at the 1992 Democratic Convention.

After Clinton was elected president, Tuchman directed the 1994 documentary White House: Inside With the President's Photographer. He went on to produce political ads for the senate and Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign ad “Invisible People.”

In 2005, he directed an episode of History's Save Our History series, called "Voices of Civil Rights," which featured an oral history of the civil rights movement. The episode won a News & Documentary Emmy Award and a Peabody.

Additionally, Tuchman helmed an episode of The Investigators, and produced episodes of Investigative Reports, Science Times, Crime Stories, Real Sex, I-Witness, The System and Vanity Fair Confidential.

He also wrote, directed and produced the award-winning four-part documentary Mavericks, Miracles and Medicine, which delved into the history of medicine.

Tuchman died September 2, 2017, in Los Angeles. He was 62.

 

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