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G. MAC BROWN (Producer) has, in a few short years, become one of the major forces in East Coast film production.

He began his career as production manager at age 25 on the horror films "Amityville: The Posession" and "Amityville 3-D." From 1982 to 1986, he served as production manager of several large studio pictures, including "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Miracles " "Who's That Girl?" "Baby Boom," "Ishtar" and "The Pick-Up Artist." With "Hello Again" in 1987, he became a co-producer.

Subsequently Brown joined Germany's leading film group, Neue Constantin Film, and served as line producer for Doris Done's "Me and Him" and Ulli Edel's "Last Exit to Brooklyn."

Returning to mainstream cinema, he co-produced "She-Devil" and served as executive producer on "Once Around." He produced "Urban Anxiety" for Propaganda Films/Fox TV, and has since produced a string of major films: "Scent of a Woman" (associate producer), "Flesh and Bone" (co-producer), "With Honors' (co-producer), "The Cowboy Way" (executive producer), "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar" (producer), "Michael" (co-producer), "In and Out" (co-producer), "You've Got Mail" (executive producer), and "Anna and the King" (co-producer).


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