Richard P. Rubinstein is an American producer. He produces both films and television shows. Richard was born on the 15th of June 1947. He is from Brooklyn,
New York. He has a younger brother whose name is Donald Rubinstein. Donald is a composer; he produced music for some of the movies and series his big brother produced. Richard went to American University, Washington D.C., for under graduation. Later he went to Columbia University, Manhattan and pursued an MBA degree. He married Katherine Rubinstein. Richard started his career as a production assistant for TV commercials. He was the associate producer for the first time for a TV special “A Night with Nicol Williamson” in the early 1970s.
He established a production company with George A. Romero, a director. The production company is named Laurel Entertainments. Richard made the production company public in 1979 to raise more money. George left the company in 1984 to focus on his projects. Richard later collaborated the company with Aaron Spelling’s “Aaron Spelling Productions,” and together the production was changed as Spelling Entertainment Inc in 1988. In 1993, Blockbuster Entertainment acquired a controlling stake in the group. And later in 1994, it was bought by Viacom Pictures. Later Richard started a small production company named New Amsterdam Entertainment. The films which he produced are “Dawn of the Dead” (1978), “Day of the Dead” (1985), “Creepshow” (1982), “Knightriders” (1981) and a few more.