Chaz Ebert

Wife of Roger Ebert and President of RogerEbert.com

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Chaz Ebert was born on October 15, 1952 in the USA as Charlie Hammel-Smith. She is a producer, known for Roger Ebert's 14th Annual Film Festival: A Retrospective (2013),Life Itself (2014) and Ebert Presents: At the Movies (2010). She was previously married to Roger Ebert.

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Filmmaker Steve James and Chaz Ebert tell Kim Masters about the journey of adapting Roger Ebert’s memoir, ‘Life Itself’ to a documentary.

‘Life Itself’

Filmmaker Steve James and Chaz Ebert tell Kim Masters about the journey of adapting Roger Ebert’s memoir, ‘Life Itself’ to a documentary.

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