Alan Riche

Alan Riche

Highest Rated: 83% Bodies at Rest (2019)

Lowest Rated: 3% The Mod Squad (1999)

Birthday: Nov 01, 1941

Birthplace: Buffalo, New York, USA

Alan Riche began his Hollywood career as an agent, but he is primarily known for his work as a producer. Riche produced his first films in the 1970s: the horror flick "Messiah of Evil," and "Youngblood," an urban action drama starring Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, better known as "Welcome Back, Kotter"'s smooth-talking Freddie "Boom-Boom" Washington. However, he found his greatest success after joining forces with fellow producer Tony Ludwig. The two first collaborated together on the 1995 music-store comedy "Empire Records," which soon became a cult favorite. Riche continued to produce films throughout the 1990s, including the family comedy "Mousehunt," the TV adaptation "The Mod Squad," and the killer-shark movie "Deep Blue Sea." The producer was just as busy throughout the 2000s, with projects such as the Karaoke-focused "Duets," the Nicolas Cage vehicle "The Family Man," and another big-screen version of a TV show, "Starsky & Hutch," starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
83% No Score Yet Bodies at Rest Executive Producer - 2019
35% 58% The Legend of Tarzan Producer $126.6M 2016
60% 75% Southpaw Producer $52.4M 2015
11% 51% Bride Wars Producer $58.7M 2009
62% 49% Starsky & Hutch Producer $88.2M 2004
14% 42% Tomcats Producer $13.6M 2001
53% 67% The Family Man Producer $75.8M 2000
21% 48% Duets Executive Producer $4.7M 2000
59% 39% Deep Blue Sea Producer $73.6M 1999
No Score Yet 21% Komodo Producer - 1999
3% 17% The Mod Squad Producer $13.3M 1999
42% 49% Mouse Hunt Producer $61.8M 1997
29% 84% Empire Records Producer - 1995
No Score Yet 64% Youngblood Producer - 1978
No Score Yet 56% Messiah of Evil Executive Producer - 1975

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