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How Producer Brian Grazer’s Firing Led To His Big ‘Splash’ And The “Little Scam” That Started His Career

“I was pretty hot in TV and my boss Michael Eisner and Barry Diller thought ‘Fck you. We’re firing you!’ … I was kinda getting kicked out of the TV business, but was writing this mermaid movie called Splash,” said Brian Grazer to a packed house last night in Culver City at Entrepreneur Night hosted by “social university” IVY, which has been holding a series of talks with the nation’s CEOs to inspire the next generation.
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