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- Nat Cohen was a British film producer whose career started in the 1930s when he was 25. He was a significant figure in the British film industry for over three decades, running such production companies as Anglo-Amalgamated and EMI Films, and helping finance the first Carry On movies and early work of filmmakers such as Ken Loach, John Schlesinger, and David Puttnam; in the early 1970s he was called the most powerful man in the British film industry.
- Nat Cohen is a television editor.
- profession: Television editor
- nomination: - nominated to News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast - "NBC Nightly News" (Bridge Collapse in Minnesota), with Brian Williams, Alexandra Wallace, Bob Epstein, Mary Laurence Flynn, Richard Latour, Tracey Lyons, Subrata De, Jean Harper, Donna Bass, Anne Binford Allen, Jay Blackman, Marisa Buchanan, Richard Gardella, Maralyn Gelefsky, Emily Golden, Maggie Kassner, Richard Katz, Joo Lee, Jim Leinfelder, Megan Marcus, Laura McCabe, Daniel Nagin, Amber Payne, Terry Pickard, Doug Stoddart, Mike Sulzberger, Kelly Venardos, Lee Cowan, Robert Hager, Ron Mott, Lisa Myers & Brett Holey
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by W. Rubinstein, Michael A. Jolles
Borninthe EastEnd, the sonofa kosher butcher whowas Presidentofthe Jubilee Street Synagogue, Nat Cohen was educated at a ...
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