Kevin J. Walsh

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Kevin J. Walsh
Born
Kevin James Walsh
Occupationfilm producer

Kevin J. Walsh is an American film producer. He is best known for producing the critically acclaimed film Manchester by the Sea (2016) through his production company, B Story, in which he earned an Academy Award for Best Picture nomination with Matt Damon, Kimberly Steward, Chris Moore, and Lauren Beck. [1] [2] [3] [4]

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Walsh is the president of Scott Free Productions, a film and television production company established by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott in 1995. [5]

Walsh got his start in the film business working as an assistant to Scott Rudin on seven films including The Royal Tenenbaums , and later for Steven Spielberg on films including Munich . Walsh also was cast as an actor in The Master . [6]

Filmography

He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.

Film

YearFilm
2013 The Way, Way Back
2016 Manchester by the Sea
2017 Thoroughbreds
All the Money in the World
2018 American Woman
2019 Our Friend
Jungleland
Earthquake Bird
2021 Naked Singularity
The Last Duel
House of Gucci
2022 Death on the Nile
TBA Napoleon
The Heart
War Party
Boston Strangler
Miscellaneous crew
YearFilmRole
2001 Zoolander Assistant: Scott Rudin
The Royal Tenenbaums Executive assistant: Scott Rudin
Iris
2002 Orange County
Changing Lanes Assistant: Scott Rudin
The Hours
2003 Marci X
2005 War of the Worlds Set production assistant
Goal! Set production assistant: Los Angeles
2011 The Adventures of Tintin Volume coordinator
As an actor
YearFilmRole
2012 The Master Cliff Boyd
Lincoln House of Representatives
As writer
YearFilm
TBAThe Leaves
Second unit director or assistant director
YearFilmRole
2004 Mickybo and Me Assistant director
2005 Munich Third assistant director

Television

YearTitleCreditNotes
2014FatrickExecutive producerTelevision pilot
As an actor
YearTitleRole
2013 Arrested Development Pitch Man

Awards and nominations

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References

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  4. "Berlin: Casey Affleck's 'Manchester-By-The-Sea' Locks Financing". Variety . 30 January 2015. Retrieved January 24, 2017.
  5. Mike Fleming Jr (2016-11-22). "Kevin Walsh Named President Of Ridley Scott's Scott Free". Deadline. Retrieved 2017-02-21.
  6. Tatiana Siegel (2011-11-08). "Walsh: Finds his 'Way' into a new career". Variety. Retrieved 2017-02-21.