In 1991, Engelman joined Interscope Communications. His first project was the action comedy Terminal Velocity, followed by the telefilm Snow White: A Tale of Terror, which earned Sigourney Weaver Emmy and SAG nominations, and later, the ABC biopic The Three Stooges. The success of Pitch Black, his breakout film that launched Vin Diesel's career, confirmed Engelman's commitment to genre fare.
Engelman produced Wes Craven Presents They, the first film from Interscope's successor Radar Pictures.
Engelman is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild of America. He is a dedicated father who lives with his two children in Los Angeles.
Tom Engelman Facts
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|Wes Craven Presents: They|
|Snow White: A Tale of Terror|
|Doom / Pitch Black / Serenity / Hellboy II: The Golden Army Four Feature Films|
|Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III|