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Bernie Goldman

Bernie Goldman

Bernie GoldmanN was the President of Production for Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment between 1998-2001. Movies produced during his tenure include The Matrix, Training Day, Swordfish, Ocean's Eleven, Showtime, Space Cowboys, Practical Magic, Analyze This, Miss Congeniality, Three Kings, Deep Blue Sea, Three to Tango, Gossip, Red Planet, Valentine, Saving Silverman, See Spot Run, Exit Wounds and Queen of the Damned.

From 1993-1998, Goldmann served as Senior Vice President of Production for Walt Disney Pictures and oversaw the development and/or production of the feature films My Favorite Martian, Mystery, Alaska, Blank Check, Tom and Huck, Homeward Bound II, Rocket Man, I'll Be Home for Christmas and Bicentennial Man.

Prior to 1993 he worked at the Steve Tisch Company, first as a production assistant, eventually leaving the company eight years later as its president. He executive or co-produced Corrina, Corrina, Bad Influence, Heart Condition, Soul Man and Victim of Love.

Goldmann is currently serving as producer on Taking Lives, a February 2004 Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures release starring Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke and Kiefer Sutherland.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Bernie Goldman Facts

OccupationProducer

Selected Filmography

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