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Donald De Line

Donald De Line

Donald De Line joined Paramount Pictures in 1998 where he established De Line Pictures under a first-look deal with the studio. Under his De Line Pictures banner he produced the highly successful remake of The Italian Job, starring Charlize Theron and Mark Wahlberg, Domestic Disturbance, with John Travolta and Vince Vaughn, and The Stepford Wives with producers Scott Rudin, Edgar J. Scherick and Gabriel Grunfeld. Prior to his producing deal at Paramount, De Line spent eight years at Touchstone Pictures and was named president of Touchstone Pictures in 1993. Under his leadership, Touchstone produced such box-office hits as Pretty Woman, Sister Act, Phenomenon, Ransom, Con Air, Armageddon and The Waterboy. The films he oversaw grossed more than $2.5 billion in worldwide box-office receipts as well as 24 Academy Award nominations.

De Line is on the board of directors of Aids Project Los Angeles and a member of the next generation Council of the Motion Picture and Television fund. Currently, he is serving as president of Paramount Pictures and vice chairman of the Motion Picture Group.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

Donald De Line Facts

OccupationProducer

Selected Filmography

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