Born Jan. 26, 1941, in London, Jaglom was raised in New York City and trained at the Actor's Studio. After appearing in off-Broadway shows and cabaret, Jaglom moved to Los Angeles in the late 1960s, where he became a Columbia Pictures contract player, turning up on TV shows such as "Gidget."
Using the money he earned from acting to fund his directorial endeavors, Jaglom made his first feature in 1971, the universally panned A Safe Place; it would be five years before he made his second picture, Tracks (starring Dennis Hopper). Jaglom's later films include Lucky Ducks (1993) and Babyfever (1994).
Ping-ponging between past and present, fantasy and reality, Henry Jaglom's hallucinatory drama stars Tuesday Weld as a delicate young woman whose ethereal sensibilities send her searching for a retreat from the harsh milieu of 1970s New York City. Hollywood heavy hitter Orson Welles co-stars as a Central Park magician, and Jack Nicholson plays the protagonist's ex-lover -- who may or may not be her brother.
- Last Summer in the Hamptons
- Psych-Out / The Trip
- Drive, He Said
- Venice / Venice
- National Lampoon's Movie Madness
- Deja Vu
- Sitting Ducks
- Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?
- Someone to Love
- New Year's Day
- Eating: Comedy About Women and Food
- Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession
- Going Shopping
- Hollywood Dreams
- Who Is Henry Jaglom?
- Irene in Time
- Queen of the Lot
- Just 45 Minutes from Broadway