Much has been made of Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s early and unspectacular career as a theater and film producer. Most telling, perhaps, is that it began at an age when most kids are learning to drive. A pudgy-faced rich kid in Levis and sneakers, Bronfman latched on to a 30-year-old Broadway producer named Bruce Stark while still in high school. Bronfman Sr. was funding Stark's efforts, so entree was easy.
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