Dean Francis Zanuck
August 11, 1972
|Alma mater||University of Colorado Boulder|
|Occupation||Motion picture production executive and producer|
|Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street , Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , Road to Perdition , Get Low|
(m. 2002;sep. 2016)
|Parent(s)|| Richard D. Zanuck (father) |
Linda Melson Harrison (mother)
|Relatives|| Darryl F. Zanuck (grandfather) |
Virginia Fox (grandmother)
Dean Francis Zanuck (born August 11, 1972) is an American production executive and film producer.
He was born on August 11, 1972 in Los Angeles.His father was Richard D. Zanuck (1934–2012), a film producer, and his mother, Linda Melson Harrison, an actress. His paternal grandfather was Darryl F. Zanuck, film producer and 20th Century Fox co-founder; his paternal grandmother was silent actress Virginia Fox (1902–1982), Darryl Zanuck's wife for fifty-five years.
Zanuck has been an executive at The Zanuck Company for twenty years[ when? ]. During his tenure, he expanded the company, adding two new divisions: Zanuck Independent, for the development and production of independent movies, and Zanuck Family Entertainment, dedicated to the development and production of family films and multi-platform content.
In 2002 Zanuck married Marisa, a real estate agent who was featured on the reality TV series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in its third season, which aired in 2013.The Zanucks lived together in Beverly Hills, California, until their divorce in February 2016. They have one son, Jack, and a daughter, Darryl.
He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.
|2002||Road to Perdition||Producer|
|Reign of Fire||Co-producer|
|2013||The Zero Theorem||Producer|
|2017||Voice from the Stone||Producer|
|The Man Who Saved Paris||Announced|
|1995||Apollo 13||Office production assistant|
|Wild Bill||Production assistant|
|1996||Mulholland Falls||Production office assistant|
|1998||Deep Impact||Production executive|
|1999||True Crime||Production executive|
|2000||Rules of Engagement||Production executive|
|2001||Planet of the Apes||Production executive|
|2003||Big Fish||Production executive|
|2005||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory||Production executive|
|2007||Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street||Production executive|
|2008||Yes Man||Production executive|
|2010||Alice in Wonderland||Production executive|
|2012||Dark Shadows||Production executive|
|2010||The Lost Tribe||Very special thanks|
|2004||Dead Lawyers||Executive producer||Television film|
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