Tim Wardle

Documentary director, producer

Documentary director, producer

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When 19-year-old Bobby Shafran showed up at college for the first time in 1980, the other students welcomed him back as Eddy.

The true story of triplets separated for 19 years

When 19-year-old Bobby Shafran showed up at college for the first time in 1980, the other students welcomed him back as Eddy.

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The new documentary ‘ Three Identical Strangers ’ begins with Bobby Shafran, a man in his 50’s, reminiscing about leaving home in 1980 to attend community college in upstate New York.

Director Tim Wardle on ‘Three Identical Strangers’

The new documentary ‘ Three Identical Strangers ’ begins with Bobby Shafran, a man in his 50’s, reminiscing about leaving home in 1980 to attend community college in upstate New York.

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