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Jim Brennan net worth & biography:James Gerald "Jim" Brennan (born 8 May 1977 in East York, Ontario) is a retired Canadian soccer player. During his playing career he gained experience playing extensively in Europe and North America, most notably with Bristol City, Nottingham Forest, Norwich City (with whom he won the 2004 Football League First Division title) and Toronto FC.He also played 49 times for the Canadian national team, was member of the Canada side which won the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup, and later represented his country at the Confederations Cup 2001, the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup.He is currently First Team Assistant Coach of the Toronto FC. Wikipedia
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|Hope Floats||1998||set assistant|
|Puerto Rican Mambo (Not a Musical)||1992||production assistant|
|3 Men and a Little Lady||1990||location manager: UK|
|Club Paradise||1986||location manager|
|Rough Cut||1980||location manager|
|Death on the Nile||1978||location manager: Egypt|
|The Public Eye||1972||location manager|
|The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins||1971||location manager|
|Say Hello to Yesterday||1970||location manager|
|Goodbye Gemini||1970||location manager|
|Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx||1970||location manager|
|The Last Grenade||1970||location manager|
|The Knack... and How to Get It||1965||location manager - uncredited|
|Sinful Davey||1969||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Billion Dollar Brain||1967||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Carry on Pimpernel||1966||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Sands of the Kalahari||1965||second assistant director - uncredited|
|A High Wind in Jamaica||1965||assistant director|
|King & Country||1964||second assistant director - uncredited|
|The Wild Affair||1963||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Billy Liar||1963||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Two and Two Make Six||1962||assistant director|
|Carry on Cruising||1962||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Damn the Defiant!||1962||second assistant director - uncredited|
|Watch Your Stern||1960||third assistant director - uncredited|
|A Passage to India||1984||production manager|
|Evil Under the Sun||1982||production manager|
|The Mirror Crack'd||1980||production manager|
|Murder on the Orient Express||1974||unit manager|
|Tales of Beatrix Potter||1971||unit manager - uncredited|
|If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium||1969||production manager: UK|
|The Lion in Winter||1968||unit manager|
|Talk to Me: Hostage Negotiators of the NYPD||1999||TV Movie documentary sound|
|Fit to Kill||1993||thanks|
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|2000||Emmy||News & Documentary Emmy Awards||Outstanding Achievement in a Craft in News and Documentary Programming - Sound||Talk to Me: Hostage Negotiators of the NYPD (1999)||Benny Mouthon, Daniel Elias, Emmanuel Fuentabella, David Houts|
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