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            Alan Marshall


            Alan Marshall was born in England in 1938. At the age of 24 he entered the British film industry and graduated to the big league in 1975 when he founded a production company with director Alan Parker who he met when both worked at a London advertising agency.

            Marshall's first producer credit appeared on 1976's "Bugsy Malone" which became both, a critical and a commercial success for the two filmmakers. Only two years later he received an Academy Award nomination for the outstanding "Midnight Express", directed by Alan Parker.

            In the following years Marshall produced not less than five additional Parker movies including such cult classics as "Shoot the Moon", "The Wall", "Fame", "Birdy" and "Angel Heart", starring Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro. Marshall became a resident in the United States late 1989 whilst finishing the post-production of Jacobs Ladder

            In 1992 another creative collaboration began with Director Paul Verhoeven on "Basic Instinct" which grossed over $400M around the globe. Since then they have worked together on such world wide box office successes as "Starship Troopers" and "Hollow Man".

            Marshall's additional productions include such classics as "Jacob's Ladder" directed by Adrian Lyne and "Cliffhanger" directed by Renny Harlin starring Sylvester Stallone. He also produced "Another Country" directed by Marek Kanievska as well as the infamous "Showgirls" directed by Paul Verhoeven.

            The films produced by Alan Marshall have won to date four Academy Awards, from eighteen nominations, along with winning eight Golden Globes and twelve BAFTA's.

            In 1985 along with Alan Parker, Marshall received the British Film and Television Academy's "Micheal Balcon Award" for his outstanding contribution to Cinema.