Filmmaker's success secret is perseverance

12/23/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Lionel Wigram says he always wanted to make films, but it took years of odd jobs, failed writing gigs and executive roles before he finally founded his own production company in 2006. With his big-budget "Sherlock Holmes" set to open Friday, Wigram says he has no regrets about the time he spent on unsuccessful scripts. "In terms of my career it taught me to go one step at a time, to keep at it and be consistent," he says.

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