Formed own production company, Lawrence Turman, Inc.; first feature "The Flim-Flam Man"
Produced Meryl Streep action film, "The River Wild"
With David Foster, formed Turman-Foster Company (date approximate)
Began showbiz career as a talent agent with the Kurt Frings Agency
Executive produced first TV-movie, "She Lives" (ABC)
Founded TFG film and TV production company with David Foster and independent producer Emese Green
Was executive producer of TV series "Get Christie Love" (ABC)
With John Morrissey, formed Turman/Morrissey Company; briefly took over Rastar Productions
With Stuart Millar, formed Millar-Turman Productions
Film directing debut, "The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker"; also produced
Last film with Stuart Millar, "The Best Man"
Named director of the Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program at USC
Produced comedy hit, "Short Circuit"
Produced first film, "The Young Doctors"
Was co-producer of "The Graduate"; earned Best Picture Oscar nomination
Worked in father's texile business for five years
Directed second feature "Second Thoughts"; also scripted
Returned to TV-movies with small screen remake of "Pretty Poison" (Fox)