Born on November 6, 1973, in Illinois, USA, Susan Nicole Downey is a Film producer in America. She is the daughter of Elliott Levin, who is a businessman and Rosie. She is married to . Susan is the mother of two children Exton Elias Downey and Avri Roel Downey. She completed her graduation as class valedictorian from Schaumburg High School in 1991.
Intrigued by seeking after a profession in film generation, Levin, from the USC school of Cinematic Arts graduated summa cum laude, after moving to California. She started her vocation, where she oversaw the production and growth of projects for both the organization's film and TV slates at Threshold Entertainment. These incorporate the component movies Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, and also the 22-scene TV arrangement Mortal Kombat: Conquest which kept running on both in syndication and TNT. Downey had the posts at Silver Pictures as Executive Vice President of Production and Dark Castle Entertainment as Co-President. In 1999, she joined Silver Pictures, where she oversaw the making and development movies discharged under both labels, including Swordfish and Thir13en Ghosts.
In 2002, Susan made entry as a co-producer on movie Ghost Ship and after that in 2003 released Cradle 2 the Grave. She went ahead to deliver the components House of Wax and Gothika and furthermore filled in as an official maker on the widely praised comedic thriller Kiss Bang. Downey later released The Brave One, Neil Jordan's psychological drama, featuring
, RocknRolla Guy Ritchie's satire, Orphan the horror thriller starring
and and Whiteout, the thriller featuring . Susan was likewise an executive producer on the post-apocalyptic drama by Hughes Brothers’ The Book of Eli with
and Denzel Washington.
Susan worked with the production people of movies like
, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and
2, with her husband, which gave the couple opportunity to work again after the Sherlock Holmes finished production. Robert and Susan Downey formed Warner Bros. production company based on Team Downey and appointed David Gambino to be the leader of the making in June 2010. Their first delivering venture is Yucatan, a heist film initially made by
. Susan directly or indirectly has been included in more than 15 Hollywood motion pictures.