Robert (Bob) Evans; born Robert J. Shapera, began his Hollywood career as a minor actor in a few films. He became the quintessential "new Hollywood" executive. Artistic highlights of Evans' Paramount career include productions like Rosemary's Baby, Love Story, The Godfather, Chinatown, and The Cotton Club.
Sites devoted to the producer of "I Walked With a Zombie", "Bedlam" and "Cat People", whom Leonard Maltin claims is a "textbook example of the producer as auteur."
Scott Rudin - movie producer, born 14 July 1958,
New York, New York, USA.
Started as a theater producer, and worked up to become president of 20th Century Fox. He left the studio when he was 29 in favor of independent production.
Movies include Sister Act (1988), The Addams Family (1991), Little Man Tate (1989), and The Hours (2002).
Son of the silent movie director, Lewis J. Selznick. Illustrious associations with MGM, Paramount, and RKO.
Darryl Francis Zanuck was born September 5, 1902, in Nebraska, USA; and died December 22, 1979, in California, USA. He was one of the famous kingpins of Hollywood's studio system. Famous movie producer, writer, production manager, and at times an actor and director.
Born in 1972. He is the grandson of Darryl F Zanuck.
He was nominated for Motion Picture Producer of the Year in PGA Golden Laurel Awards for producing "Road to Perdition".
He is the son of Darryl F. Zanuck.
He won an award for "Outstanding Achievements in Producing" at Hollywood Film Festival 1998.