Gina Prince Bythewood is an American film director and screenwriter with a net worth of four million. Gina Prince Bythewood came into this world in June 1969. She's famous for blowing the motion pictures Love & Basketball and Disappearing Acts. She attended UCLA's film school and then got the Gene Reynolds Scholarship for Directing and the Ray Stark Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Undergraduates. She 1st had written and directed the short Stitches in 1991. From 1992 to 1993 she wrote for the television series A different World. She was a story editor, author, along with executive story editor for the television series South Central in 1994. Gina wrote for the television series Sweet Justice in 1994 & wrote and co produced for the series Courthouse in 1995. From 1998 to 1999 she wrote for and was consulting producer of the television series Felicity. She also directed episodes of the television series The Bernie Mac Show and Girlfriends and had written an episode of Chris is Hated by Everybody. Prince-Bythewood wrote and directed the 2000 movie Basketball and Love. The 2003 movie Biker Boyz was produced by her and directed and had written the screenplay for the movie The Secret Life of Bees in 2008. She had written and directed the 2014 movie Beyond the Lights. Gina has won 3 Black Reel Awards, a Humanitas Prize, an image Award, along with an Independent Spirit Award. She's also been nominated for 2 Daytime Emmy Awards.
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