James Toback (born November 23, 1944) is an American screenwriter and film director. Toback was born in Manhattan, New York City. His mother, Selma Judith (née Levy), was a president of the League of Women Voters and a moderator of political debates on NBC. His father, Irwin Lionel Toback, was a stockbroker and former vice president of Dreyfus & Company. He is Jewish.
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Thirty-eight women have accused director and writer James Toback of sexual harassment in a Los Angeles Times report spurred by the account of an incident by a rabbi’s daughter. [...] The Times reported that 31 of the 38 women, including the rabbi’s daughter, spoke on the record. The newspaper corroborated the claims by interviewing people whom the accusers informed of the incidents.
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