A successful career as a film and TV actress in Los Angeles was followed by a move to New York where Nellie immersed herself in directing and producing plays. In 1998 she discovered a play called "The Man Who Was Peter Pan" written by fellow 42nd Street WorkShop member, Allan Knee. She saw it clearly as a film, and after optioning the play, found then unknown writer, David Magee, and commissioned him to write the screenplay. With the help of many people (Tracey Becker, Michelle Sy, Joan Scott, Marti Blumenthal) Nellie got it set up at Miramax Films, where Harvey Weinstein saw its potential. Thus, the film "Finding Neverland" was shot in London in 2002, starring Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet. It premiered in LA in late October, 2004 and was nominated for 7 Oscars and 11 BAFTA awards, among others. Since then, Nellie has produced "Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day", and after returning to Los Angeles in 2013 has 5 more features in development, among them "Road to Oz" (by Josh Golden) at New Line, in association with fellow producer, Beau Flynn.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July English Animated Movie ||November 25, 1979|