Spike Lee

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Annotation by nancy christensen, Angela Kobys, Ryan Malgren

Spike Lee[1] is an American film maker whose movies include 'Do The Right Thing,' 'Clockers,'[2] and 'Jungle Fever.' His films are generally controversial but recieve numerous acclaimed reviews. If you are at a New York Knicks game, lookin the front row, you will find him there. He is also remembered for his sideline tauntings of the Indiana Pacers Reggie Miller in the 1995 NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs.

Spike Lee, so named because of his tough nature, was born to a musician and school teacher and attended college to become a actor. he has starred and directed in many films.


This is a page about Spike Lee. [3]

this is a biography about spike lee [4]

this is another biography [5]

This is his internet movie database file [6]

this is a website about his movies [7]