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With over 19 Academy Award" nominations, 17 Emmy Award nominations and as the recipient of countless distinguishing tributes, BRIAN GRAZER (Producer) has established himself as one of the most creative and prolific producers in the entertainment industry

With over 19 Academy Award" nominations, 17 Emmy Award nominations and as the recipient of countless distinguishing tributes, BRIAN GRAZER (Producer) has established himself as one of the most creative and prolific producers in the entertainment industry. With a keen ability for sporting new talent as well as an ease with the written word, Mr. Grazer has been responsible for some of the industry's most critically acclaimed projects as well as the driving force behind some of Hollywood's biggest box-office blockbusters. To date, his films have grossed over 3 billion dollars worldwide.

In 1995, Grazer's Apollo 13 exploded onto the silver screen and garnered four Golden Globe Awards and nine Academy Award nominations including Best Picture of the Year, Best Screenplay and Best Performance by a Supporting Actor (Ed Harris) and Supporting Actress (Kathleen Quinlan). It went on to win Best Achievement in Sound and Best Achievement in Editing. Grazer's film continued to achieve Favorite Motion Picture and Favorite Dramatic Picture by the People's Choice Awards and Best Cast and Best Supporting Actor by the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The Producers Guild of America chose to honor Grazer with the coveted Darryl F. Zanuck Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award for his work on the film. To date, the film has grossed over $335,000,000.

Securing his stature as a Hollywood heavyweight in 1996, Mr. Grazer produced the 5th and 6th highest-grossing movies of the year. Ransom and The Nutty Professor. Ransom, which to date has grossed over $300 million worldwide, stars Mel Gibson, Rene Russo, Gary Sinise and is directed by Ron Howard. The Nutty Professor, starring Eddie Murphy and directed by Tom Shadyac, grossed over $270 million worldwide and went on to win an Academy Award for Best Makeup and the People's Choice Award for Favorite Comedy Motion Picture.

In 1997, Grazer produced Liar Liar, starring Jim Carrey and directed by Tom Shadyac, which was the biggest opening weekend for a March release at $32 million dollars and has currently grossed beyond $300 million worldwide.

In 1998 alone, Grazer took home the Emmy and a Golden Globe for Outstanding Mini-Series for his work on HBO's From the Earth to the Moon, joined the exclusive rankings of producers recognized by the Chamber of Commerce with a star on Hollywood Boulevard and received the Cubby R. Broccoli Award, which is presented annually to a creative talent who has demonstrated consistent quality and vision throughout his or her career, at the cinema Expo in Amsterdam.

Showing no signs of slowing down, Grazer continues to produce several highly anticipated projects for 1999 including Nutty 2, starring Eddie Murphy; Life, starring Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence; Curious George; Bowfinger, directed by Frank Oz, starring Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy; Detox, directed by Jim Gillespie, starring Sylvester Stallone; and How the Grinch Stole Christmas, to be directed by Ron Howard and starring Jim Carrey.

During his early days as a producer, Grazer hired Ron Howard to first direct Night Shift and then the romantic comedy Splash. which starred Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah and John Candy. The latter garnered Mr. Grazer his first Academy Award for Best Screenplay while both films firmly established him as

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