Jamielyn Lippman has been passionate about filmmaking and storytelling since childhood. Raised in Valencia, CA, she started performing in nationally televised commercials and local theater at the age of seven. After graduating high school, Lippman headed to Hollywood to pursue her dreams. Her first appearance on the big screen was in "Boogie Nights'' opposite legendary talent Burt Reynolds and Oscar Winners Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Lippman also guest starred in popular TV shows including "The Drew Carey Show" as well as numerous independent films. Her love for the art of filmmaking developed into a desire to further her career by stepping behind the camera.
In 2001, Lippman attended LACC's well-known film program. After successful completion of her film school training, Lippman spent the next few years writing, directing and producing dozens of short films as well as penning numerous feature-length screenplays.
In 2006, she directed and produced her first feature-length documentary, "Die Trying" which focused on 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 recently completed the feature-length documentary entitled "When The Bough Breaks" about postpartum depression and perinatal mood disorders, which is Executive Produced and Narrated by Brooke Shields.
Lippman is the Owner of Point Of View Pictures and has several feature films in development including "The Price of Pride: Erik Aude Story" which follows the life-changing journey of an actor who was duped into drug smuggling and spent three years in a Pakistani prison.
Name: Jamielyn Lippman
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Point Of View Pictures
Occupation: Director and Producer