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Richard Suckle

Richard Suckle

Richard Suckle attended the University of Chicago and New York University. While in college he began his career in the entertainment industry on Broadway at the general management firm of Gatchell & Neufeld. While there, he worked on Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love and the Tony Award winners Lettice & Lovage and City of Angels. Suckle later moved on to the music industry and joined the public relations firm Shore Fire Media where he worked with Grammy award winning artists Wynton Marsalis and Hall & Oates.

Following his graduation in 1991, the Philadelphia native moved to Los Angeles and joined Roven/Cavallo Entertainment, which in 1993 became Atlas Entertainment, the feature production division of Mosaic Media Group, an integrated multi-media film, television and management company.

During his eleven years with Atlas Entertainment, Suckle participated in the development and production of many projects on the company's slate. These include Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys and Fallen, starring Academy Award winner Denzel Washington, a film on which Suckle also served as associate producer.

In 2002 Suckle produced the box office hit Scooby-Doo along with Charles Roven. In 2003, Suckle formed a partnership with Scooby-Doo director Raja Gosnell and founded their production company R&R Entertainment.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

Richard Suckle Facts

OccupationProducer

Selected Filmography

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