Scott Rudin( Producer)
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Biography Scott Rudin
Scott Rudin was born on July 14, 1958 in the U.S.. He is a famous Hollywood producer, owner of premium 'Oscar'. One of his last works was the painting 'Old Men'.
Scott Rudin was born in the small town of Baldwin, near New York. Since 15 years, he worked as an assistant theater producer Kermit Blumgardena. In the early years, Scott was a quiet child. He loved to spend time in solitude, for their favorite sport.
Parents Rudin had pinned great hopes on it. They hoped that their son will choose a worthy profession and graduated from college. But the young Scott had his own plans for life and without the permission of parents went to conquer New York.
One of his first works in a strange town became assistant theatrical producer. For several years, Rudin was researching Broadway, which led to the formation of his own life casting.
In 1979, Rudin moved to Hollywood. Fate has provided a beginning and an ambitious young man an excellent chance for career development. He was placed under the patronage of Larry Gordon, one of the professional and famous producers in Hollywood.
For a long time, Scott worked at the beginning of this serious man. Larry Gordon saw it himself in his youth. He did a lot to Scott to pursue its case.
In 1985, Scott Rudin (Scott Rudin) took office as chief producer of 'Fox'. In subsequent years he was involved in the creation of brilliant films and serials. He created the drama, comedy and thrillers.
Among his most striking works can be distinguished films: 'Sleepy Hollow', 'Old Men', 'Another Boleyn Girl', 'Truman Show', 'Oil'. Total list of movies created Rudin has 91 jobs.
In the near time Rudin plans to release a huge number of films. Among them are such paintings as' Smoker ',' Jack and Diane ',' Untitled Facebook Movie ',' Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', 'Mr. Nice Guy ',' Let's Make Friends' and many. Schedule a producer for several years ahead.
Scott Rudin (Scott Rudin) titled person. In 1999 he was nominated for the British Academy in the category 'Best Film' for his film 'The Truman Show'. In 2002, he again came to the nomination for this award, but for now 'Iris'. In 2003, Rudin was nominated for an Oscar. And in 2008, finally received the coveted statuette in the category 'Best Film' for now 'I'm Not There'.