Michael Jaffe is currently partner of Jaffe/Braunstein Films, Ltd. with Howard Braunstein. Together, Jaffe and Braunstein have produced more than 60 telefilms and miniseries, as well as the A&E series 100 Center Street, starring Alan Arkin and executive-produced by Sidney Lumet, and Nero Wolfe, starring Timothy Hutton. Jaffe's additional credits include the telefilms Martha, Inc., starring Cybill Shepherd; Ice Bound, starring Susan Sarandon; Deliberate Intent, starring Timothy Hutton; Day Dream Believers: The Monkees Story; Walking Shadow, with Joe Mantegna, Marcia Gay Harden and Eric Roberts; and Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific, starring Glenn Close and Harry Connick Jr., as well as the miniseries Steve Martini's The Judge, starring Chris Noth; The Rosa Parks Story, which won the NAACP Image Award for outstanding television movie or dramatic special and which earned Angela Bassett an Emmy® nomination and an NAACP Image Award for Best Actress; Sons of Mistletoe; and, prior to his partnership with Howard Braunstein, The Great Escape, starring Christopher Reeve. Jaffe and Braunstein's most recent projects include Surviving Love, featuring Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen; 10.5, featuring Kim Delaney, Beau Bridges and Fred Ward; and the upcoming Undercover Christmas.
Prior to establishing Jaffe/Braunstein Films Ltd., Jaffe founded Michael Jaffe Films, Ltd. and developed, produced or executive-produced five feature films. He also produced the second year of Michael Mann's series Crime Story. He subsequently established Spectacor Films, where he served as president and CEO. He was also a founding partner of Allied Communications, Inc. (ACI), a distribution company which created a 200-title television library.