Jeff Feuerzeig

Director

director of the new documentary, “Author: The JT LeRoy Story.”

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Daniel Johnston suffered a heart attack and died at age 58 this week. He suffered from a lot of medical problems, including schizophrenia and manic depression.

Filmmaker on Daniel Johnston: 'In his mania, he created these masterpieces and had no filters'

Daniel Johnston suffered a heart attack and died at age 58 this week. He suffered from a lot of medical problems, including schizophrenia and manic depression.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Jeremiah "Terminator" LeRoy had a tragic young life. He was a truck-stop prostitute in West Virginia and a homeless drug-addict in San Francisco.

The rise and fall of JT LeRoy

Jeremiah "Terminator" LeRoy had a tragic young life. He was a truck-stop prostitute in West Virginia and a homeless drug-addict in San Francisco.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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