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Mark Gordon (born October 10, 1956) is an American television and film producer. He is a former President of the Producers Guild of America.[1] In January 2018, Gordon was named President and Chief Content Officer of Film, Television and Digital of Entertainment One, which had acquired his production studio.

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1 Background 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Credits 5 References 6 External links

Background[edit] Gordon was born to a Jewish family[2] on October 10, 1956, in Newport News, Virginia.[3] He is a graduate of New York University Film School.[4] Career[edit] His first producing effort was the Off-Broadway production of The Buddy System at Circle in the Square downtown.[5] In the television arena, Gordon currently serves as an executive producer on Grey's Anatomy, Criminal Minds, Ray Donovan, Quantico, and the franchise spin-off Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders for CBS. In 2015 Gordon was honored by the Producers Guild of America
Producers Guild of America
with the Norman Lear Award for achievement in television. Gordon is a five-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee and two-time winner. Additionally, he won a Golden Globe Award
Golden Globe Award
for his work on Grey's Anatomy. Gordon's recent films include Steve Jobs, written by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin
Aaron Sorkin
and directed by Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle, and War Dogs, starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller, with Todd Phillips
Todd Phillips
directing. Past film credits include Saving Private Ryan, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow, Speed, Source Code, The Messenger, and The Patriot. As an executive producer and financier, Gordon's credits include Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Wonder Boys, The Painted Veil, A Simple Plan, and Primary Colors. In 2015, The Mark Gordon Company partnered with Entertainment One
Entertainment One
to create an independent television and film studio. Gordon serves as CEO of the company, which both finances and produces premium content by Gordon as well as other producers. As of 2018, eOne fully owns his company with him becoming President and Chief Content Officer of Film, Television and Digital.[6] Gordon is the President Emeritus of the Producers Guild of America, having served as its President from 2010 through 2014. Personal life[edit] Mark is married to Sally Whitehill. He was previously married to Karen Villeneuve, with whom he has two daughters. Credits[edit]

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How to Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days (TV) ABC Afterschool Special
ABC Afterschool Special
(producer) (TV) (2 episodes, 1984–1985) CBS
CBS
Schoolbreak Special
Special
(producer) (TV) (2 episodes, 1985–1995) CBS
CBS
Summer Playhouse (producer) (TV) (1 episode, 1987) Double Switch (1987) (TV) (producer) Brothers in Arms Opportunity Knocks (1990) (producer) Love Kills (1991) (TV) (executive producer) Lightning Field (1991) (TV) (executive producer) Traces of Red (1992) (producer) Swing Kids (1993) (producer) Fly by Night (1993) (producer) Trial by Jury (film)
Trial by Jury (film)
(1994) (producer) The Man Who Wouldn't Die (1994) (TV) (executive producer) Speed (1994/I) (producer) A Pyromaniac's Love Story
A Pyromaniac's Love Story
(1995) (producer) Broken Arrow (1996) (producer) The Ripper (1997) (TV) (executive producer) The Jackal (1997) (executive producer) Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) (executive producer) The Relic (1997) (executive producer) Saving Private Ryan
Saving Private Ryan
(1998) (producer) Black Dog (1998) (executive producer) Paulie
Paulie
(1998) (producer) Hard Rain (1998) (producer) A Simple Plan (1998) All the Rage (1999) (executive producer) Virus (1999) (executive producer) Isn't She Great
Isn't She Great
(2000) (executive producer) The Patriot (2000) (producer) Self Storage (2002) (executive producer) Footsteps (2003) (TV) (executive producer) And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003) (TV) (executive producer) The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) (executive producer) The Day After Tomorrow
The Day After Tomorrow
(2004) (producer) Laws of Attraction
Laws of Attraction
(2004) (executive producer) Warm Springs (2005) (TV) (executive producer) Hostage (2005) (producer) Life of the Party (2005) (executive producer) The Matador
The Matador
(2005) (executive producer) LAX (TV) Casanova (2005) (producer) Prime (2005) (executive producer) Winter Passing
Winter Passing
(2005) (executive producer) The Painted Veil (2006) (executive producer) The Hoax
The Hoax
(2006) (producer) A House Divided (2006) (TV) (executive producer) Talk
Talk
to Me (2007) (producer) Army Wives
Army Wives
(TV) 10,000 B.C. (2008) (producer) Heart of a Dragon (2008) (executive producer) Reaper (TV) Private Practice (TV) Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
(TV) Grey's Anatomy
Grey's Anatomy
(TV) The Messenger (2009) (producer) 12 Rounds (2009) (producer) 2012 (2009) (producer) Source Code
Source Code
(2011) (producer) Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (TV) Bunny Lake Is Missing Killing Pablo Don't Look Now Family Tools
Family Tools
(TV) Ray Donovan
Ray Donovan
(TV) Arms and the Dudes
Arms and the Dudes
(2016) (producer) Sand Castle (2017) (producer) Molly's Game
Molly's Game
(2017) (producer) Murder on the Orient Express (2017) (producer) The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018) (producer) Street Fighter (TBA) (TV) (producer)[7] Quantico (TV) Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (TV) The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair (TBA) (producer) The Barbary Coast (TV) (producer)[8] Throne of Glass (TV series) (TBA) (producer)

References[edit]

^ "Officers, Board Members & Staff". Retrieved October 28, 2012.  ^ Fast Company Magazine: “Ray Donovan” Producer Mark Gordon On How To Leave Good Things Alone" by David Zax July 11, 2014 ^ Holtzclaw, Mike (March 21, 1999). "From Here to Hollywood Newport News Native May Bring Oscar Glory Home". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. p. H.1. Retrieved January 4, 2012.  ^ Nicholson, David (March 30, 1990). "Opportunity Knocks for Newport News Native". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. p. D.1. Retrieved January 4, 2012.  ^ McNamara, Mary (June 29, 2006). "'He Has Hollywood to Run'". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. p. D.1. Retrieved January 4, 2012.  ^ Andreeva, Nellie (29 January 2018). " Mark Gordon Becomes Entertainment One
Entertainment One
President As eOne Buys Rest Of His Company, John Morayniss Steps Down".  ^ "'Street Fighter' TV Series in the Works". comicbook.com. Retrieved 2018-03-23.  ^ Andreeva, Nellie. "Mel Gibson To Direct & Recur, Kurt Russell & Kate Hudson To Star In 'The Barbary Coast' Series For Mark Gordon Co". Deadline.com. Retrieved 19 April 2016. 

External links[edit]

Mark Gordon on IMDb The Mark Gordon Company on IMDbPro (subscription required)

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 30846721 LCCN: no2001082483 ISNI: 0000 0001 1489 5

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