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Born: July 14, 1958 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Producer ...
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Began career as assistant to stage producers, Kermit Bloomgarden and Robert Whitehead
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Became Broadway casting director
1978:
First film credit as casting director, "King of the Gypsies"
1980:
Moved to Los Angeles; joined Edgar J. Scherick Associates
1981:
First film as producer, "I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can"
1983:
Formed Scott Rudin Productions
1984:
Became producer for 20th Century Fox
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Named executive of Production division, 20th Century Fox
1986:
Appointed President of Production, 20th Century Fox
1987:
Resigned from Fox
1992:
Signed a three-year, first-look deal with Tristar Pictures
1993:
Signed a first-look deal with Paramount
1993:
Joined Jujamcyn Theaters to help in the development of new theater
1993:
First project with Jujamcyn, David Henry Hwang's "Face Value"; production closed during previews and lost $1.2 million
1994:
Produced Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical "Passion"
1995:
Had a critical and box-office hit with Amy Heckerling directed comedy "Clueless"
1995:
Was one of the producers of the ill-fated remake of "Sabrina"
1996:
Served as a producer of the hit Broadway revival of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
1996:
In partnership with Robert Fox, Roger Berlind, the Shubert Organization and others, produced the acclaimed Broadway play "Skylight," written by David Hare
1996:
Had a hit with "The First Wives' Club," which starred Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton
1996:
Was a producer of the screen version of the play "Marvin's Room," starring Keaton
1997:
Enjoyed a box-office hit with "In & Out"
1998:
Co-produced the Tony-nominated production of "The Chairs"
1998:
Produced David Hare's "The Judas Kiss," a play about Oscar Wilde starring Liam Neeson
1998:
Served as one of the producers on the acclaimed film "The Truman Show"
1998:
Co-produced David Hare's "The Blue Room" which marked the Broadway debut of Nicole Kidman
1999:
Was a producer of two Broadway transfers of hit London plays, "Closer" by Patrick Marber and "Amy's View" by Hare
1999:
Served as a producer on "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut"
2000:
With Richard D Zanuck, co-produced "Rules of Engagement," starring Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L Jackson
2000:
With the New York Shakespeare Festival and others, produced the Tony-nominated musical "The Wild Party"
2000:
Was a producer on the award-winning play "Copenhagen"; also teamed with the Shubert Organization and others to present Arthur Miller's drama "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" on Broadway
2000:
Produced John Singleton's loose remake of "Shaft," starring Jackson
2001:
Produced "The Royal Tenenbaums" starring Gene Hackman and Anjelica Huston and directed by Wes Anderson
2002:
Produced "The Hours" starring Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep based on the novel by Michael Cunningham
2004:
Produced "Closer," which starred Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Julia Roberts and Clive Owen and is based on the play by Patrick Marber; film was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture (Drama)
2006:
Produced the award winning films, "Notes on a Scandal" starring Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench, "Venus" starring Peter O'Toole and "The Queen" starring Helen Mirren
2007:
Produced the Coen brothers' award winning feature "No Country for Old Men"
2010:
Produced "The Social Network," a film directed by David Fincher about the founding of the social networking website Facebook

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