Michael Jaffe
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"Michael Jaffe" is an American TV and film producer. He has more than 120 producing credits but ventured into writing and directing only for the A&E (TV channel)/A&E television series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–02), which he called "the love of my life." He started out in the business with his father, producer and former American Federation of Television and Radio Artists/AFTRA lawyer Henry Jaffe (1907–1992). His mother was actress Jean Muir (actress)/Jean Muir.

He is a founding partner of Jaffe/Braunstein Films, which became Jaffe/Braunstein Entertainment in 2007, when ITV plc/ITV bought a controlling share of 51% in the company.

Jaffe holds a BA from Yankton College and an MA in Theater from Cornell University.

[http://eclips.cornell.edu/themes.do?isCUWA=null&type=null&id=845&clipID=13898&tab=TabSpeakersPage Michael Jaffe speaker biography], eClips, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management, Cornell University. Retrieved 2013-06-21.

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