Timothy John Bevan is the co-chairman of Working Title Films and a British film producer. He was born on December in the year 1957. His birthplace was Queenstown in New Zealand. He attended Sidcot School. It was a separate school in the Mendip Hills closed to Winsome in the North Somerset in South-West England.

Coming to his life and career, in 1980, Tim along with Graham Bradstreet and Sarah Radcliffe, founded a production company in London and named it as Working Title Films. Tim had a partnership with Eric Fellner. He produced several movies like Fargo, Moonlight, and Valentino, Where Art Thou, Love Actually, Frost, Atonement, The Guru, Noting Hill, Bridget, O Brother, and Mandolin. The flicks produced by him have always grossed up to four billion dollars.

In 2011, Tim Bevan produced Tinker Soldier Spy. Bridget O’ Connor and Peter Straughan wrote the story. Gary Old Man, John Hurt, Mark Strong, Benedict Cumber Batch, Toby Jones, and Colin Firth starred in it. It was a British Company production. It premiered at the 68th International Film Festival in Venice no 5th of September in 2011. It received positive reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, it scored 83%. It won the title of Outstanding British Film, Best Adapted Screenplay and much more.

In 2014, Bevan was a co-executive producer of The Secrets. It is a TV series directed by Dominic Savage. Then, he co-produced Trash. It was a thriller movie directed by Stephen Daldry. Rooney Mara, Selton Mello, Wagner Moura, and Martin Sheen acted in it. Richard Curtis wrote it. It depicts the story of three street teens who used to do handpicking and are in search of some useful waste. In the same year, he made The Theory of Everything. Then, in 2015, he co-produced Everest. It released on 11th September 2011. In 2015, he made Legend, London Spy, and The Danish Girl. He produced Hail- Caesar and Baby in the following year. His upcoming films are Bay Driver and The Snowman.

In 1999, Bevan, with his production company contracted with Universal Studios for powering his present and future projects. He also co-produced the musical of West End titled Billy Elliot.

Coming to his personal life, Bevan separated from Joely Richardson. She is an actress. They have a daughter named Daisy. Later, Bevan got married to Amy Gadney. They had two children. One of them was Nell born in 2001, and other was Jago born in 2003.

Eric Fellner English Actor

Eric Fellner

Eric Fellner is an English film producer. He was born on 10th October, 1959 in England. He owns the production company Working Title Films along with Tim Bevan. He went to the Cranleigh School, Surrey, England. He also went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. He is currently in a relationship with model Laura Bailey for a long time and has two kids with her. Fellner began his career for a music video production company named Zoetrope. There he produced videos for Fleetwood Mac, Duran Duran, The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, and Elton John. Fellner along with Scott Millaney founded the Initial Pictures Company in the year 1985. Their first production was the feature film Sid and Nancy (1987). His next movies were Straight to Hell (1987) and Pascali’s Island (1988). Before joining the Working Title Films with Bevan, he produced A Kiss Before Dying, Year of Gun (1991). Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan have the ownership of the Working Title Films production since 1992. Their company is the Europe’s leading film production company. The company has achieved milestones since then. The company was setup in the year 1983 by Tim Bevan, Sarah Radcliffe. Working Title has made more than 90 films so far. The films made by this company have won six Academy Awards, 26 BAFTA Awards and some prizes at the Berlin International and Cannes Film Festivals. Fellner along with Bevan won the Michael Balcon Award for an amazing contribution to the Cinema. They have also won Alexander Walker Film Award. Both of them have won the Commanders of the Order of the British Empire. Working Title Films signed made a contract with the Universal Studios in 1999. After that deal, their company became the Britain’s largest production company that had their offices in London and Los Angeles. Some of their successful movies include Four Wedding and a Funeral (1994) which made around 250 million USD worldwide. Their movie Fargo and Dead Man Walking have won Oscars in the year 1996 and 1997. Elizabeth (1998) and Atonement (2007) got the nomination for the Best Picture Academy Award. Some of the recent works of the Working Title Films include The Big Lebowski, O Brother, Burn After Reading. The Working Title Films succeeded with filmmakers Stephan Daldry, Richard Curtis and actors Rowan Atkinson, Emma Thompson, Cate Blanchett and many others. Their movie Mr.Bean’s Holiday was a great hit worldwide.

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Clark Spencer

Clark Spencer was born on April 6th, 1963. He was born and brought up in Seattle, Washington. He is an American Business man, Studio Executive and Film Producer. He moved from Washington to Massachusetts for his studies. He graduated with a History degree in 1985 from the Harvard University. After graduation, he worked at the Wall Street with Bankers Trust Company. In 1990 he graduated from the Harvard Business School. Clark then joined Walt Disney Studios. He was employed as a senior business planner in ‘Walt Disney Studios’. In 1993 he was the director of planning in Disney Feature Animation. He became successful and reached heights and he became a part of buying Miramax Films. In 1996 he became the Senior Vice President of the department of Finance and Operations. Then Clark Spencer went to Florida Animation Studio in 1998. He became the head of the Florida Animation Studio. His production career started in 2002. He produced his first film “Lilo & Stitch” in 2002. It was an animated science fiction comedy-drama film. It was directed by Dean De Blois and Chris Sanders. The film received positive reviews and earned 273 million dollars. It was also nominated for the Academy award. Then Clark had a huge break. He came back again in 2007 and he was the executive producer of the film “Meet the Robinsons”. In 2008 he was the producer of the famous animated movie “Bolt”. It was directed by Chris Williams and Byron Howard. It was nominated for Academy and various other awards. The film earned 310 million dollars. In 2009, Clark Spencer produced two short videos “Super Rhino” and “Let It Begin”. He was the producer of the animated movie “Winnie the Pooh” in 2011. It was a buddy musical comedy film. It was directed by Stephen J. Anderson and Don Hall. It was released on April 15 and it earned 50 million dollars. Clark Spencer was the producer of the animated movie “Wreck-It-Ralph” in 2012. It was a comedy fantasy film. Rich Moore directed the film. The film was nominated for Golden Globe and Academy Award. The film was a great hit and earned 471 million dollars. In 2016 he produced the film “Zootopia”. It was a comedy adventure film directed by Bryon Howard and Rich Moore. The film earned over 1 billion dollars. Clark Spencer is the producer of the sequel of ‘Wreck-It-Ralph’ which in pre-production stage and scheduled to be released in 2018. Clark was also the Studio leader of the film “Frozen” in 2013 and “Big Hero 6” in 2014.   Another Version Bio :   Clark Spencer is a film producer mainly known for his work with Walt Disney Studios. He was born on April 6, 1963, in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. He spent his whole childhood in Seattle. In 1985, he moved to Massachusetts to study at Harvard University from where he graduated with a degree in History. After that, he worked on the Wall Street with Bankers Trust Company. Then, he went to Harvard Business School in 1990 to do his M.B.A. After that, Spencer was hired as the senior business planner by the Walt Disney Studios. He was recognized in Disney when he was heavily involved in the deal to buy Miramax Films which was famous for films like Pulp Fiction. Spencer, then joined Disney Feature Animations in 1993 and worked the ladder up in the company and became the senior vice president of Finance & Operations of his department in 1996. In 1998, he was offered to move to Orlando, Florida and become the head of the Florida Animation Studio and produced his first film. Incidentally, Spencer finally heard his calling. He was never interested in finance and wanted to produce movies. In an interview, he said that he grew up watching Disney films and as his parents owned a film theater, he always wanted to produce films. His first production was Lilo & Stitch (2002) which took three years to complete and received a good reception from both the critics and audience. He was the executive producer of Meet The Robinsons (2007) which got 66% rating from Rotten Tomatoes and fared average on Box Office. His next film, Bolt (2008) was a super-hit on Box Office and was even nominated for Academy Awards under the ‘Best Animated Feature Film’ category but was beaten to the award by another Disney film, Wall-E. Spencer was next involved in Tangled (2010) which is regarded as the best Disney movie till date. His next production was Winnie The Pooh (2011) which was again critically acclaimed as it got 90% rating from Rotten Tomatoes. The Box Office collection of the film was average due to the fact that it released on the same weekend as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows-Part 2 (2011). The next movie produced by Spencer, Zootopia released on March 18, 2016, and was the second surprise hit of the year after Deadpool. Zootopia earned $1.024 billion on Box Office against a budget of $150 million.Often, while witnessing magic on the big screens, we forget about the hard work put by people behind the screen like Clark Spencer.

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