Jamie Neumann Net Worth

Jamie Neumann was born, is Actress, Writer, Costume Designer. Jamie Neumann is an actress, writer and director from New Orleans, Louisiana. She trained in ballet, tap and jazz with the Giacobbe Academy of Dance and Delta Festival Ballet, musical theatre at American Musical and Dramatic Academy and is an alumni of T. Schreiber Studio. She was the original drummer of Brooklyn's shoe gaze band, Desert Stars and is a long term member of High and Mighty Brass Band. Jamie is the co-founder and a resident writer of Drowning In Blue, a production company and artist collective. She considers herself tri-coastal: east coast, west coast and the gulf coast.
Jamie Neumann is a member of Actress

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Writer, Costume Designer
Birth Place American
Genre Period drama
Created by George Pelecanos David Simon
Starring James Franco Maggie Gyllenhaal Gbenga Akinnagbe Chris Bauer Gary Carr Chris Coy Dominique Fishback Lawrence Gilliard Jr. Margarita Levieva Emily Meade Natalie Paul Michael Rispoli
Opening theme "(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below, We're All Going to Go" by Curtis Mayfield
Ending theme "Assume the Position" by Lafayette Gilchrist
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) David Simon Richard Price James Franco Michelle MacLaren George Pelecanos Nina Kostroff Noble
Producer(s) Jessica Levin Maggie Gyllenhaal Mark Henry Johnson
Location(s) New York City
Cinematography Pepe Avila del Pino
Editor(s) Alex Hall
Running time 59–84 minutes
Production company(s) Blown Deadline Productions Rabbit Bandini Productions HBO Entertainment
Distributor HBO Enterprises Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network HBO
Original release September 10, 2017 (2017-09-10) – present

💰 Net worth: $4 Million

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Marc Henry Johnson, an assistant locations manager on Treme, introduced Simon and Pelecanos to a man in New York who told them vivid accounts from his stint as a mob front for bars and massage parlors in 1970s Manhattan. "The characters were so rich, and that's what it all comes down to," said Pelecanos. Inspired by these stories, the producers set out to present a fictional account of the era. "Some of it happened," said Simon. "Some of it didn't happen. Some of it might have happened. But all of it could have happened."


The premiere episode received 830,000 viewers on HBO for its initial airing and an additional 342,000 viewers for its encore later that night, on September 10, 2017. The episode was previously made available online through on-demand and HBO Go on August 25 and received 1.1 million viewers. Cumulatively, through all platforms, the episode received 2.2 million viewers.