Steven Allan Spielberg is the celebrated film producer, director, screenwriter as well as a studio entrepreneur. He was born on 18th December, 1946 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America. He is regarded as one of the legend producers and directors in the history of Hollywood.

Early Career

Steven Spielberg started his career from Television with the episode of “Night Gallery”, followed by a full length assignment of an episode titled “L.A 2017” of “The Name of the Game”. Steven Spielberg’s debut movie was “The Sugarland Express”, which brought him into the lime light.

In 1970s he worked on “Close Encounters” with Richard Dreyfuss, the movie went on to become a box office hit, earning Steven Spielberg his first ever Academy Award nomination for best director in addition to six other nominations in different categories.

In 1981, Steven Spielberg produced another movie titled “The Tales of the Lost Ark”, the first of the Indiana Jones series, which became the biggest box office hit of the time. “E.T the Extra Terrestrial” marked Steven Spielberg’s return to Science fiction genre, which was nominated for nine Academy Awards.

Career Highlights

Although the whole career of Steven Spielberg is highlighted with a number of great movies, but there are some movies, which stand out as the best. In 1993, “The Lost World”, “Jurassic Park” became a huge success, generating $618 million worldwide, “Schindler’s List” won him the Academy Award and Golden Globe in the category for best director, “Saving Private Ryan” won him another Academy Award for best director, these are only to name a few. He has won all of the prestigious movie awards in his career for different movies.

Top Ten Movies of Steven Spielberg

  • The Sugarland Express
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
  • Back to the Future
  • Schindler’s List
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence
  • Minority Report
  • Taken
  • Ready Player One

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