Anne Fine, (born 1947) is a writer, best known for children's books although she also writes for adults. Fine has written more than fifty children's books, including two winners of the annual Carnegie Medal . She was twice the Children's Author of the Year. Her books for older children include Madame Doubtfire (1987), a satirical novel that Twentieth Century Fox filmed as Mrs. Doubtfire, starring Robin Williams. Her books for middle children include Bill's New Frock (1989).
11 Robin Williams Movies That Changed Our Lives Forever-Jack (1996) While critics considered this film to be a flop, it is still one of our favorite films. Williams plays Jack, a boy with an unusual disorder that ages him four times faster than a normal human being. His portrayal of a 10 year-old boy with the appearance of a 40 year-old man is [...]