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JOEL SILVER (producer) is one of the most successful producers in the motion picture industry today, with the combined gross of his films at well over $2.5 billion. With last year's release of "Conspiracy Theory," starring Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts, 12 of Silver's films have each earned worldwide box-office totals of more than $100 million.

Silver began his career at Lawrence Gordon Productions, where he soon became President of Motion Pictures. He associate produced "The Warriors" and, with Gordon, produced "48 HRS.," "Streets of Fire" and "Brewster's Millions."

Silver's first independent production under his Silver Pictures banner was "Commando," followed by "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "Predator." Silver then produced (with Richard Donner) "Lethal Weapon," "Lethal Weapon 2" and "Lethal Weapon 3" (all directed by Donner), as well as "Die Hard," "Die Hard 2: Die Harder," "The Last Boy Scout," "Demolition Man," "The Hudsucker Proxy," "Richie Rich," "Assassins" (with Donner, who also directed). Silver also executive produced, with Richard Donner, two "Tales From the Crypt" films: "Demon Knight" and "Bordello of Blood."

Silver is currently in production on the futuristic action-thriller "The Matrix," directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski and starring Keanu Reeves and Larry Fishburne.


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