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John Stone (producer)

John Stone (September 12, 1888 – June 3, 1961) was an American film producer and screenwriter.
Stone was born in New York City, and died in Los Angeles, California. He produced seventy-seven films between 1930 and 1946. He also wrote for sixty-five films between 1921 and 1948. He was also the father of screenwriter Peter Stone.

Michael Bendetti

Michael Bendetti (born August 21, 1967 in Long Beach, California) is an American actor and producer best known for playing Officer Anthony “Mac” McCann in the fifth and final season of the Fox television series 21 Jump Street.

Tony Richardson

Cecil Antonio “Tony” Richardson (5 June 1928 – 14 November 1991) was an English theatre and film director and producer whose career spanned five decades. In 1964 he won the Academy Award for Best Director for the film Tom Jones.

Martin Obzina

Martin Obzina (August 17, 1905 – January 8, 1979) was an American art director. He was nominated for two Academy Awards in the category Best Art Direction. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and died in New York, New York.

Steven Toushin

Steven Toushin (born August 6, 1946 in Brooklyn, NY) is an American producer and distributor of gay pornographic and BDSM films who has operated adult theaters and sex clubs since 1970. Toushin owns and manages the Bijou Theater in Chicago, the oldest gay adult theater and sex club in the United States and Toushin has produced multiple underground and classic pornographic films and published several books on the matter. He has been a defendant in the United States justice system continuously from 1969 until the present; he has defended himself and his companies in twenty-one obscenity cases including two federal obscenity trials; and has suffered thirty-five personal arrests and over 200 busts to his businesses.

Bill Mechanic

William M. “Bill” Mechanic is an American film producer. He is the chairman and CEO of Pandemonium Films.
At present, he serves on the board of counselors for USC School of Cinematic Arts, and the Board of BFI Southbank (formerly known as the National Film Theatre) American Friends. He has also served on the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He has been honored with the Showman of the Year Award by the Producers Guild of America. He is in the Video Hall of Fame, and has received a Martini Shot Mentor award from Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards in 1999. He has served as an executive for Walt Disney Studios and Fox Filmed Entertainment.

Sidney M. Goldin

Sidney M. Goldin, born Samuel Goldstein (March 25, 1878 – September 19, 1937) was an American Jewish silent film director as well as a prominent writer, actor and producer for Yiddish theater during the early 20th century. During his career, he worked frequently with Molly Picon, Maurice Schwartz and Ludwig Satz in Europe and Palestine.

Will Gluck

Will Gluck is an American film director, film producer, screenwriter, songwriter, and composer.

Gary Graham

Gary Graham (born June 7, 1950) is an American actor. He may be best known for his starring role as Detective Matthew Sikes in the television series Alien Nation (1989–1990) and five subsequent Alien Nation television films (1994–1997).

David Hoberman

David Elliot Hoberman (born September 19, 1952) is an American film and television producer, best known as the co-creator and executive producer of the USA Network television series Monk, and the founder and co-owner of Mandeville Films. He has produced over 40 films in his career, including the 2010 drama film The Fighter, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Tony Anthony (actor)

Tony Anthony (born Roger Pettito; October 16, 1937) is an American actor, producer, screenwriter and director best known for his starring roles in Spaghetti Westerns, most of which were produced with the aid of his friends and associates Allen Klein and Saul Swimmer. These films consist of The Stranger series – A Stranger in Town (1967), The Stranger Returns (1967), The Silent Stranger (1968) and Get Mean (1975) – and the Zatoichi-inspired Blindman (1971). Anthony also wrote, produced and starred in Comin’ at Ya! (1981) and Treasure of the Four Crowns (1983), the first film being largely credited with beginning the 1980s revival of 3D films in Hollywood.

Todd Verow

Todd Verow (born November 11, 1966) is an American film director who now resides in New York City, New York. He attended the Rhode Island School of Design and the AFI Conservatory. Together with his creative partner, James Derek Dwyer, he formed Bangor Films in 1995. He was also the cinematographer for Jon Moritsugu’s film Terminal USA (1993). He has been called a veteran of the New Queer Cinema.
His numerous productions on digital video have led to his being called “once and future king of DV” by Film Threat. He is openly gay.

Leanna Creel

Leanna Creel (born August 27, 1970 in Los Angeles) is an American actress, film producer, film director, screenwriter and photographer.
Creel is an identical triplet who, along with her sisters Monica and Joy, started acting in the late 1980s. They appeared together in two television movies aired on The Wonderful World of Disney: Parent Trap III and Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon. In 1992, Creel had a guest role in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210, alongside Monica. That same year, she landed the role of Tori in Saved by the Bell. Following her stint on Saved by the Bell, Creel had guest roles on One West Waikiki and Ned & Stacey.
She attended UCLA and received a bachelor’s degree in history, and then a master’s degree in film and television.
Creel produced her first film in 1994, helping out a friend whose producer had been involved in a car accident. She also worked for the game Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX). In 1998 she founded a film production company, Ignite Entertainment, with HSX’s Michael Burns as President of Production. Creel now runs Creel Studio, a production company specializing in food, travel and lifestyle content and is an award winning photographer and filmmaker.
Creel married Rinat Greenberg on June 17, 2008, when California legalized same-sex marriages.

David Sherrill

Benjamin David Sherrill (North Carolina, 8 november 1959) is een Amerikaanse acteur, scenarioschrijver en filmproducent.

Robert Schenkkan

Robert Frederic Schenkkan, Jr. (born March 19, 1953) is an American playwright, screenwriter, and actor. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1992 for his play The Kentucky Cycle and his play All the Way earned the 2014 Tony Award for Best Play. He has three Emmy Nominations and one WGA Award.

Ash Adams

Jason Adams (born February 7, 1964), often known as Ash Adams, is an award-winning American independent filmmaker, producer, writer, and TV and movie actor.

Michael Showalter

Michael Showalter (born June 17, 1970) is an American comedian, actor, producer, writer, and director. He is a member of the sketch comedy trio Stella. Showalter first came to recognition as a cast member on MTV’s The State, which aired from 1993 to 1995. He co-wrote (with David Wain) and starred in Wet Hot American Summer (2001) and he wrote, directed, and starred in The Baxter (2005), with Michelle Williams, Justin Theroux and Elizabeth Banks. Both of these movies featured many of his co-stars from The State, and so do several of his other projects.

Donald F. Glut

Donald F. Glut (/ˈɡlt/; born February 19, 1944) is an American writer, motion picture film director, screenwriter, amateur paleontologist, musician, and actor.

Tim Hill

Timothy Hill (born May 31, 1973) is an American animator, film director, screenwriter and producer.

Mark Osborne (filmmaker)

Mark Randolph Osborne (September 17, 1970) is an American film director, writer, producer and animator.

Mark Blum

Mark Blum (May 14, 1950 – March 26, 2020) was an American actor who worked in film, television, and theater.

Katt Shea

Katt Shea (born 1957) is an American actress, film director and teacher best known for the film Poison Ivy (1992).