Neal H. Moritz is an American film producer and former executive at Sony Pictures, and currently an executive at Paramount Pictures. He is the founder of independent production studio Original Film and most known for I Know What You Did Last Summer, I Am Legend, and the Fast & Furious franchise, and the television shows Prison Break and The Big C. His films have earned more than $5 billion as of 2012.
|Born||June 6, 1959, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater||USC School of Cinematic Arts|
|Spouse(s)||Sarah Trimble Moritz|
|IMDb||Neal H Moritz's IMDb|
Known for his production work on such popular films as Cruel Intentions, Made of Honor, and I Know What You Did Last Summer, he also founded a film, video, and TV movie production company called Original Film.
In the mid-1980s, he earned a degree in cinema & television studies from the University of Southern California.
He was the lead producer of the 2001 comedy film Not Another Teen Movie.
He was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, where his father, Milt Moritz, worked in the film publicity industry.
Actress Laura Linney starred in The Big C, a popular Showtime series for which Moritz served as an executive producer.
- USC School of Cinematic Arts alumni
- Film producers from California
- Businesspeople from Los Angeles
Latest information about Neal H Moritz updated on June 14 2021.