Penelope Spheeris is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer with a net worth of five million. Penelope Spheeris came into this world in New Orleans, Louisiana in December 1945. She's known for the documentary movies of her and for blowing the movie Wayne's World. A Master of was earned by her Fine Arts degree of Theater Arts from UCLA and began producing shorts for comedian Albert Brooks. Spheeris has directed, published, as well as produced the films Uncle Tom's Fairy Tales, Naked Angels, Real Life, Suburbia, The Boys Next Door, Hollywood Vice Squad, Dudes, Summer Camp Nightmare, The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, Mud and Thunder, Banned in the U.S.A., Wayne's World, The Beverly Hillbillies, The Little Rascals, Black Sheep, The Decline of Western Civilization Part III, Senseless, Hollyweird, We Sold The Souls of ours for Rock' n Roll, The Kid & I, then Balls to the Wall. Spheeris has won eleven awards including the Freedom of Expression Award from the Sundance Film Festival and she's likewise been nominated for a Grammy Award for the Wayne's World music video for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody".
Penelope Spheeris Top Mentions:
- Wayne's World director Penelope Spheeris looks back on film's 25th anniversary
- Penelope Spheeris is relieved that her 'Decline' trilogy is finally out on DVD
- Director Penelope Spheeris on 25 Years of Wayne's World
- 'I'll die a punk': Wayne's World director Penelope Spheeris
- Watch: Lost 1999 OZZFEST Documentary Surfaces, Directed by Penelope Spheeris (The Decline of Western Civilization)