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      Marc Abraham

      Marc Abraham

      Highest Rated: 92% Children of Men (2006)

      Lowest Rated: 11% End of Days (1999)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Lexington, Kentucky, United States

      In the early 2000s, the wave of re-makes of recent classic films was partially due to the work of Marc Abraham, a veteran producer of a long series of movies stretching back to the early '90s. He produced several of the era's big remakes, including the '02 version of the young-romance fantasy "Tuck Everlasting" and the second take of "Dawn of the Dead" ('04), originally a George Romero zombie gore-fest. Abraham started in the lower ranks on the business end of the film industry. In '90, he helped found Beacon Communications, a successful production and financing firm. Not content with only establishing and guiding a company, he dug into production chores as well. Throughout that decade, he had production credits on such big-name offerings as '91's "The Commitments," an underdog rock-and-roll story set in Ireland, and "Air Force One" ('97), featuring Harrison Ford as a macho United States president battling terrorists in the executive airplane of the title. Abraham took a break from producing to occupy the director's chair for another underdog tale, '08's "Flash of Genius," about the inventor of intermittent windshield wipers (Greg Kinnear) taking on Detroit's big car companies in the '60s.

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      FLASH OF GENIUS, director Marc Abraham, on set, 2008. ©Universal I SAW THE LIGHT, Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams (center of frame), director Marc Abraham (right, headphones), on set, 2015. ph: Sam Emerson/© Sony Pictures Classics FLASH OF GENIUS, director Marc Abraham, on set, 2008. ©Universal FLASH OF GENIUS, from left: director Marc Abraham, Greg Kinnear, Lauren Graham, 2008. ©Universal FLASH OF GENIUS, director Marc Abraham (left), cinematographer Dante Spinotti, on set, 2008. ©Universal BE NATURAL: THE UNTOLD STORY OF ALICE GUY-BLACHE, PRODUCER MARC ABRAHAM, 2018. © ZEITGEIST FILMS Greg Kinnear, Marc Abraham at arrivals for FLASH OF GENIUS Screening at Hamptons International Film Festival, MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, October 02, 2008. Photo by: Rob Rich/Everett Collection Stuart Match Suna, Greg Kinnear, Doron Weber , Marc Abraham at arrivals for FLASH OF GENIUS Screening at Hamptons International Film Festival, MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, October 02, 2008. Photo by: Rob Rich/Everett Collection Greg Kinnear, Marc Abraham ,Doron Weber at arrivals for FLASH OF GENIUS Screening at Hamptons International Film Festival, MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, October 02, 2008. Photo by: Rob Rich/Everett Collection Marc Abraham at arrivals for THE THING Premiere, AMC Universal CityWalk Cinemas, Los Angeles, CA October 10, 2011. Photo By: Emiley Schweich/Everett Collection Greg Kinnear, Marc Abraham at arrivals for FLASH OF GENIUS Screening at Hamptons International Film Festival, MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, October 02, 2008. Photo by: Rob Rich/Everett Collection

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet 88% Dog by Dog Producer - 2015
      19% 37% I Saw the Light Director,
      Screenwriter,
      Producer
      $1.6M 2015
      No Score Yet 23% The Man With the Iron Fists 2 Producer - 2015
      49% 49% RoboCop Producer $58.6M 2014
      15% 26% The Last Exorcism Part II Producer $15.2M 2013
      51% 40% The Man With the Iron Fists Producer $15.6M 2012
      37% 51% In Time Producer $37.6M 2011
      34% 42% The Thing Producer $16.9M 2011
      71% 35% The Last Exorcism Producer $41.0M 2010
      62% 55% Flash of Genius Director $4.2M 2008
      92% 85% Children of Men Producer $35.3M 2006
      13% 48% Let's Go to Prison Producer $4.6M 2006
      87% 63% Slither Executive Producer $7.8M 2006
      No Score Yet 38% Bring It On Again Producer - 2004
      76% 77% Dawn of the Dead Producer $58.9M 2004
      70% 66% The Rundown Producer $47.6M 2003
      50% 67% The Emperor's Club Producer $14.1M 2002
      60% 70% Tuck Everlasting Producer $19.2M 2002
      64% 75% Spy Game Producer $62.3M 2001
      83% 80% Thirteen Days Producer $34.6M 2000
      53% 67% The Family Man Producer $75.8M 2000
      65% 66% Bring It On Producer $68.3M 2000
      83% 87% The Hurricane Executive Producer $50.7M 1999
      11% 32% End of Days Executive Producer $66.9M 1999
      46% 75% For Love of the Game Executive Producer $35.2M 1999
      18% 79% Trippin' Producer $9.0M 1999
      24% 42% A Thousand Acres Producer $7.9M 1997
      79% 66% Air Force One Executive Producer $172.7M 1997
      16% 33% Playing God Producer $4.2M 1997
      65% 50% Princess Caraboo Executive Producer $3.0M 1994
      39% 44% The Road to Wellville Executive Producer $6.5M 1994
      88% 79% A Midnight Clear Executive Producer $580.9K 1992

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet 21 Jump Street Writer 1989