Film Fatales
Jamielyn Lippman
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Jamielyn Lippman was raised in Valencia, CA she started performing in commercials at age 7. After high school she moved to Hollywood, her first role was in "Boogie Nights'' Lippman guest starred on several TV shows including "The Drew Carey Show" and in numerous independent films.

Lippman attended LACC's film program, in 2006, she directed/produced the documentary "Die Trying" about the underlying determination to be an actor in Hollywood and featured such talent as Amanda Fuller (Last Man Standing), Michael Biehn (The Terminator), and scream queen Danielle Harris (Rob Zombie's Halloween).

Lippman directed & produced the documentary "When The Bough Breaks" about postpartum depression which is Narrated & EP’d by Brooke Shields. The film was recently distributed by Gravitas Ventures and was acquired by Netflix. It is now in over 70 countries and in four languages. It is a Point Of View Pictures production which Lippman owns and operates.

POVP has acquired the rights of several true-life stories that are being developed into features and documentaries. Lippman is currently directing and producing the documentary "3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story" which follows the life-changing journey of an actor who was duped into drug smuggling and spent three years in the most dangerous prison in Pakistani, she is also developing a feature length film based on this same story entitled "The Price of Pride"