|Full Name:||Jane Lipsitz|
|Date of birth:||July 31, 1965|
|Place of birth:||New York, USA|
Cold Justice: Sex Crimes
Jane Lipsitz is a producer and director, born on July 31, 1965 in New York, USA.
Jane Lipsitz co-founded Magical Elves with Dan Cutforth in 2001 and went on to executive produce hit shows for NBC, ABC, Bravo, Showtime, TNT, Oxygen, USA, and HBO, including "Top Chef", "Project Runway", "Project Greenlight", "Cold Justice", "Braxton Family Values", "Tamar & Vince", "Top Chef Jr", "Top Chef Masters", "Top Chef Just Desserts", "Real L-Word", "Last Comic Standing" and "Treasure Hunters".
Jane grew up in New York City and began her career in the music business, working first at ICM then Polygram Diversified Entertainment, where she earned her stripes as a producer during the 40-hour television coverage of Woodstock. In the mid-‘90s, she was hired as an independent producer for VH1’s development department as the network was in the process of becoming one of the most influential and successful cable networks.
By the time she left her position as Senior Vice President of Development and Production, she had developed, produced and overseen hundreds of shows including "Pop Up Video", "The List" and "Bands on the Run".