Andrea Sperling

Andrea Sperling is an American independent film and television producer based in Los Angeles.

Sperling graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts in Film History, Theory and Criticism. While she was at college, she interned at Avenue Pictures. Gregg Araki, who was Sperling's professor, asked her to work with him on The Living End.

Sperling is on the board of directors of non-profit organization and film production company POWER UP. Founded in 2000 by Stacy Codikow and Amy Shomer, POWER UP promotes the visibility of lesbians in entertainment and the media.

Sperling has two children with director Jamie Babbit.

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