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      Ted Field

      Ted Field

      Highest Rated: 88% Gridlock'd (1997)

      Lowest Rated: 3% Twelve (2010)

      Birthday: Jun 1, 1953

      Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

      An heir to one of America's most famous fortunes--that of the descendants of Marshall Field, department store magnate of Chicago--Ted Field has moved in other directions, forming Interscope Communications and Interscope Records, and also professionally racing cars and being vocally involved with liberal causes. Interscope, which Field founded in 1979, is best recalled for its 1984 charmer and box office hit, "Revenge of the Nerds," which spawned three sequels, as well other box office hits such as "Three Men and A Baby" (1987), "Outrageous Fortune" (1987), and "Cocktail" (1988), all of which Field produced, and "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989), which he executive produced. Much of Field's production work has been in tandem with Robert Cort, Interscope president since 1985. Field broke into production in 1977 with the children's series "Marlo and the Magic Movie Machine," which ran on CBS until 1981. It was not until the early 80s that he migrated west from his native Chicago, and began the career that would bring, besides the aforementioned "Revenge of the Nerds," lesser works such as "Turk 182!" (1985), with Timothy Hutton revenging his brothers, dissed by the fire department, "Collision Course" (1990), "Class Action" (1991), and, more recently, such critically-applauded works as "Mr. Holland's Opus" (1995), which starred Richard Dreyfuss as a music teacher who realizes he has made an impact, and "Roommates" (1995), with Peter Falk as a man who raises his grandson until he sure the grandson can manage on his own. In 1997, he produced "Tempting Fate," starring Kenneth Branagh. Field has also executive produced a host of other movies, among them "Bird on a Wire" (1990), starring Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn, "Arachnophobia" (1990), with Jeff Daniel fighting human-munching spiders, "Paradise" (1991), with Elijah Wood saving the marriage of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, the scary "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" (1992), and, more recently, a host of others from the big-budget Robin Williams vehicle "Jumanji" (1995) to the kid-oriented "Kazam" (1996) to flop prep school "Boys" (1996) to the edgy "Gridlock'd" (1997). Interscope has always been distributed by majors, usually Fox of Buena Vista (Disney), although Field has maintained his independence on all creative matters. The company has also produced for TV, beginning with "American Geisha" (CBS, 1986), a TV movie starring Mariette Hartley. Field was co-executive producer of "The Father Clement Story" (NBC, 1987), with Louis Gossett, Jr. as a priest who adopts a son. In 1987, he executive produced "Murder Ordained" (CBS), a miniseries about a local minister who takes up with a female parishioner leading to the murder of their spouses. Some of Field's TV work has been frothy, such as the 1989 NBC TV movie "My Boyfriend's Back," which told the story of the reunion of a one-hit 50s girl singing group, while other Interscope projects, such as the Emmy-winning "A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story" (NBC, 1989), have been more substantive. "Revenge of the Nerd" sequels have also been produced for TV. In 1990, Field started Interscope Records, which within four was worth more than $300 million and has such artists as Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Nine Inch Nails under contract. Snoop Doggy's arrest and increasing congressional and special interest group pressure put Field on the hot seat more than once, but Interscope Records persevered. Although Field has kept a low profile about his famous Chicago family, he forced the family linen be aired in public when, in 1983, his sale of the Chicago Sun Times to Rupert Murdoch caused the dissolution of the Family company and a public feud with his half-brother, Marshall Field V.


      Ted Field



      72% 87% Jumanji: The Next Level Executive Producer $316.8M 2019
      82% 57% Beirut Producer $5.0M 2018
      76% 87% Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Executive Producer $404.6M 2017
      No Score Yet 29% Under the Bed Producer - 2017
      41% 44% Kickboxer: Vengeance Producer - 2016
      58% 56% Riddick Producer $42.0M 2013
      68% 38% Spring Breakers Executive Producer $14.1M 2012
      3% 32% Twelve Producer $181.6K 2010
      47% 53% Everybody's Fine Producer $8.9M 2009
      42% 24% The Box Executive Producer $15.0M 2009
      56% 39% The Invention of Lying Executive Producer $18.4M 2009
      6% 30% All About Steve Executive Producer $33.9M 2009
      17% 25% Horsemen Executive Producer - 2009
      38% 41% Swing Vote Executive Producer $16.3M 2008
      29% 37% The Heartbreak Kid Producer $36.8M 2007
      28% 76% Waist Deep Producer $21.3M 2006
      76% 51% Zathura Executive Producer $28.0M 2005
      24% 52% The Amityville Horror Executive Producer $64.3M 2005
      6% 16% Son of the Mask Executive Producer $17.0M 2005
      29% 65% The Chronicles of Riddick Executive Producer $57.6M 2004
      37% 58% The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Executive Producer $80.1M 2003
      36% 26% Le Divorce Executive Producer $9.1M 2003
      27% 64% How to Deal Executive Producer $14.1M 2003
      39% 24% Wes Craven Presents: They Executive Producer $12.7M 2002
      60% 77% Pitch Black Executive Producer $39.2M 2000
      46% 52% Runaway Bride Producer $152.1M 1999
      11% 50% The Proposition Producer $121.9K 1998
      52% 84% What Dreams May Come Executive Producer $55.5M 1998
      41% 58% Very Bad Things Executive Producer $9.9M 1998
      88% 79% Gridlock'd Executive Producer $5.5M 1997
      55% 56% Snow White: A Tale of Terror Executive Producer - 1997
      66% 44% The Arrival Executive Producer $14.1M 1996
      28% 54% The Associate Executive Producer $12.8M 1996
      75% 84% Mr. Holland's Opus Producer $82.6M 1995
      29% 56% Roommates Producer $12.1M 1995
      No Score Yet 23% Separate Lives Executive Producer $326.2K 1995
      51% 63% Jumanji Executive Producer $100.3M 1995
      21% 35% The Air Up There Producer $20.8M 1994
      16% 22% Terminal Velocity Executive Producer $16.5M 1994
      60% 62% Imaginary Crimes Executive Producer $70.7K 1994
      67% 64% FernGully ... the Last Rainforest Executive Producer $20.9M 1992
      66% 61% The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Executive Producer $87.5M 1992
      57% 77% The Cutting Edge Producer $23.0M 1992
      77% 51% Class Action Producer $23.9M 1991
      40% 43% Three Men and a Little Lady Producer $71.6M 1990
      No Score Yet 56% My Boyfriend's Back Executive Producer - 1989
      No Score Yet 34% Collision Course Producer - 1989
      44% 47% An Innocent Man Producer $20.0M 1989
      9% 58% Cocktail Producer $77.3M 1988
      15% 49% The Seventh Sign Producer $16.5M 1988
      7% 34% Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise Producer $25.5M 1987
      58% 60% Outrageous Fortune Producer $52.8M 1987
      67% 48% Three Men and a Baby Producer $167.8M 1987
      No Score Yet 35% Critical Condition Producer $20.1M 1987
      20% 57% Turk 182! Producer - 1985
      71% 73% Revenge of the Nerds Producer - 1984


      83% 71% The Wheel of Time Executive Producer 2021 2023