|Full Name||Karen Sprecher|
|Birth Name||Karen Sprecher|
|Father Name||Pete Sprecher|
|Mother Name||Phyllis Sprecher|
|Awards||Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay|
|Sibilings||Jill Sprecher (sister), Jeffery Craig Sprecher (brother)|
|Filmography||Thirteen Conversations About One Thing|
|Education||Memorial High School, New York University|
|Date of Birth||1967|
Karen Sprecher is better known as the sister of Jeffery Craig Sprecher and the filmmaker Jill Sprecher. By profession, Karen is also an American producer and screenwriter who is best known as the writer of the 2001 American drama film Thirteen Conversations About One Thing and Big Love.
The celebrity sister Karen's exact birth date is missing. But she might be around 52-years-old as of 2020. She is the youngest daughter of an insurance agent, Pete Sprecher (father), and a housewife Phyllis Sprecher (mother).
Karen's eldest brother Jeffery is an entrepreneur. He is the CEO, founder of business, financial services company, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). On the other hand, Karen's sister Jill Sprecher is a film director, producer, and writer who has worked in movies like Clockwatchers, Big Love, Thin Ice, etc.
Coming to her education, Sprecher grew in Madison, Wisconsin with her parents and siblings also attended Memorial High School like her brother and sister. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work.
As a matter of fact, Karen Sprecher was not meant to be in the film industry. She never had that idea on her mind. Karen became a co-screenwriter after she joined her older sister. Her sister Jill hired her as an assistant production coordinator which actually became the gate to enter the entertainment industry.
Before that, Karen worked as a social worker based in Chicago. Later in 1992, Karen relocated to New York and earned a graduate degree in social work from New York University.
In the year 1997, her sister Jill collaborated with her on the screenplay for Clockwatchers. She has co-written for the series Thirteen Conservations About One Thing, Thin Ice, with her sister Jill. In addition, Karen Sprecher also worked as an additional crew in movies and TV series like Enemies, A Love Story, Stonewall, and The Last Good Time.
Watch the official trailer of the series Thirteen Conservations About One Thing, co-written by Karen Spencer.
Karen has produced around 11 episodes of HBO's drama series Big Love. Big Love starred actors like Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny, Ginnifer Goodwin, and others. Besides that, Sprecher has also written an episode of Big Love. The episode is named 'A Barbecue for Betty.'
The screenwriter Karen is quite secretive regarding her love life. She has not mentioned her relationship status with the media.
The woman is also not an active persona in any social networking accounts. So, it seems like Karen is living a single life at the moment without involving in any romantic affair. Sprecher might be focused on her career. So, is not involved in any romantic relationship.
On the other hand, Karen's beloved brother Jeffrey Craig is in a marital relationship with the businesswoman, politician, Kelly Loeffler since 2004.
Karen Sprecher is reported to have a net worth of $300 thousand in 2020. She mainly makes her fortune from her career as an American screenwriter and producer. As per Payscale, the screenwriter with 1-4 experience earns an average salary of $65,000.
Karen's brother Jeffery owns an impressive fortune of $500 million which he accumulated from his successful career as a businessperson.
In 2002, Karen Sprecher won San Diego Film Critics Society Awards for the Best Original Screenplay of Thirteen Conversations About One Thing. She shared the award with her older sister Jill Sprecher.
And in 2003, Karen was nominated for the Film Independent Spirit Awards and Chlotrudis Award for the Best Original Screenplay of Thirteen Conversations About One Thing.
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