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Gary Lucchesi

Gary Lucchesi
Born 1955 (age 58–59)
San Francisco, California, USA
Occupation Film producer

Gary Lucchesi is an American film producer who is president of Lakeshore Entertainment and currently vice president of Motion Pictures for the Producers Guild of America.[1] Lucchesi began his career at The William Morris Agency as an agent, representing such artists as Susan Sarandon, Kevin Costner, Michelle Pfeiffer and John Malkovich. Lucchesi served as both Vice President and Senior Vice President of Production at TriStar Pictures before becoming President of Production at Paramount Pictures.[2] Following his time at Paramount, Lucchesi founded Gary Lucchesi Productions, where he produced the Oscar nominated film Primal Fear. Lucchesi was also President of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Film Co., producing the film version of the hit musical Cats. In 1997, he was asked by Tom Rosenberg to run Lakeshore.

Lucchesi graduated from Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory in San Francisco in 1973 [3] before attending UCLA. He graduated in 1977.

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi

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