Jim Jarmusch, an American movie director, screenwriter, actor, producer, editor, as well as a composer, has been the major proponent of an independent cinema since the 1980s. He has directed movies such as Stranger Than Paradise in 1984, Down by Law in 1986, Mystery Train in 1989, Dead Man in 1995, Ghost Dog in 1999, Coffee and Cigarettes in 2003, Broken Flowers in 2005 and Only Lovers Left Alive in 2013.
Talking about his personal life biography, Jim rarely discusses his it in the public. It is not known whether he has got married or not but he is currently in a relationship with his partner Sara Driver. He stands very tall at a towering height of 6 feet and 2 inches that are 1.88 m. Now, let’s find out some more information related to Jarmusch’s bio that has been obtained from different sources. He is the native of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, United States of America. He came into this world on 22nd January of the year 1953 which has now made him reach at the age of 63.
Although he is known just by the name Jim Jarmusch, his real name is James Roberto Jarmusch. He was born as the middle child among the three children to his parents. As a musician, Jim has composed music for his movies as well as he has also released two albums along with Josef van Wissem. Some of his selected other movies include Night on Earth, Year of the Horse, Gimme Danger, Paterson, The Limits of Control, Dead Man, Mystery train and much more.
Jim Jarmusch has been active since 1979 and it is sure that during this period, he has been able to win numbers of the fans in a career. Jarmusch has also more than hundreds of the followers on Facebook and Twitter account. He is active on the Instagram page as well and link to the page is https://twitter.com/jimjarmusch in which he got 4608 followers. Besides, more news related to his bio, the college also can be accessed from different sites. Besides, he has got a page in various sites like Wikipedia and IMDb.
Prior to that, Jim Jarmusch has won The Josef Von Sternberg Award with his film Permanent Vacation at an International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg in 1980. He was also honored with Filmmaker on The Edge Award in 2004 at Provincetown International Film Festival. The next year, he also won Grand Prix of 2005 Cannes Film Festival for his film called Broken Flowers.