After more than four decades of commitment and dedication, film director Jerry London’s name has become synonymous with excellence.
The twelve-hour Emmy-winning miniseries Shõgun, which won him the Best Director Award from the Directors Guild of America, garnered him directorial prominence on an international scale. He has been nominated for three emmys.
Among his other directing accomplishments are the critically acclaimed three-hour special The Scarlet and the Black starring Gregory Peck, Sidney Sheldon’s If Tomorrow Comes starring Tom Berenger, Ellis Island starring Richard Burton and Faye Dunaway, Chiefs starring Charlton Heston, and Wheels starring Rock Hudson and Lee Remick.
These are just a few of the miniseries he directed and or produced. He also directed over forty movies-of-the-week for television, and three hundred and fifty hours of television series. He has worked with twenty-three Academy Award-winning actors.
Rhonda Collier grew up in the Los Angeles area and worked in and had many friends and family employed in the entertainment industry. She has written for many successful blogs, travel and business publications. However having long been a believer that truth is always stranger than fiction; it was only a matter of time before she turned her eye to Hollywood.
Working closely with acclaimed director Jerry London, her first book is a hilarious, poignant, no holds barred, tell all about his life on the set with some of the greatest stars in Hollywood.
She is currently working on an epic thriller. A classified insider’s tale of one of the most sensational spy dramas that every unfolded on American soil.
AMY HAWES, EDITOR - BIOGRAPHY
Amy Hawes—author, editor, and musician—has edited and/or co-written books/scripts with Emmy winner Michael Brown, award-winning writer/director Tommy McLoughlin, and the internationally acclaimed Aspen Sojourner magazine.
Her first novel, Aspen Haunt, was enthusiastically received, enjoying five star reviews. and several appearances on Top Ten Best Seller lists. The most frequent remark she hears from readers of the book is, “I couldn’t put it down.”