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Andreas Grosch

Highest Rated: 89% The Ogre (1996)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Andreas Grosch began working in production on German films in the late '80s, coming to work in the U.S. in 1995. Five films later, Grosch executive-produced "Monster," the promising first feature from director Patty Jenkins and the performance of Charlize Theron's career. Following this success, Grosch produced both small independent features, such as the South African "Drum," and big budget Hollywood films, including "Control" and "The Jacket." He was the executive producer for the 2005 film "The White Countess," a well-received period piece with Ralph Fiennes and Natasha Richardson. The next year was a busy one for Grosch--he executive-produced "Alpha Dog," the award-winning "Lucky Number Slevin," the European festival-winner "Copying Beethoven," and 11 other films. In 2007, he worked on several critically acclaimed films, including Todd Haynes' unconventional Bob Dylan biopic, "I'm Not There."

Filmography

Movies

Credit
62% 79% Death at a Funeral Executive Producer - 2007
35% 41% Ask the Dust Executive Producer $742.6K 2006
0% 26% The Contract Executive Producer - 2006
33% 36% D.O.A.: Dead or Alive Executive Producer $480.3K 2006
76% 87% Black Book Executive Producer $4.4M 2006
54% 67% Alpha Dog Executive Producer $15.2M 2006
59% 74% Perfume: The Story of a Murderer Executive Producer $2.2M 2006
11% 40% All the King's Men Executive Producer $7.2M 2006
13% 36% Edison Executive Producer - 2005
30% 56% The Big White Executive Producer - 2005
49% 49% The White Countess Producer $1.7M 2005
74% 63% The Upside of Anger Executive Producer $18.8M 2005
44% 73% The Jacket Executive Producer $6.3M 2005
No Score Yet 48% Seven Dwarfs Executive Producer - 2005
No Score Yet 49% Control Producer - 2004
43% 43% The I Inside Executive Producer - 2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Sword of Xanten Executive Producer - 2004
81% 81% Monster Executive Producer $34.5M 2003
89% 73% The Ogre Executive Producer $49.2K 1996