Barbara Broccoli

Barbara Broccoli

Highest Rated: 100% Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007 (2012)

Lowest Rated: 28% The Silent Storm (2014)

Birthday: Jun 18, 1960

Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

Producer Barbara Broccoli is the youngest daughter of feature film producer Albert R. Broccoli, who is most famous for his work on the James Bond films. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University, Broccoli went to work for her father's company, EON Productions. She began working on her father's films as early as the 1979 Bond film "Moonraker," but wasn't officially credited until 1983's "Octopussy" as an assistant director. After working as an associate producer on both "The Living Daylights" and "Licence to Kill," she took over her father's role as producer for the 1995 Bond film"GoldenEye," which introduced Pierce Brosnan as the super spy. Broccoli has remained a producer on every Bond film throughout the 1990s and 2000s, working in collaboration with her stepbrother, Michael G. Wilson. The stepsiblings gained new respect for completely revitalizing the Bond franchise, once thought moribund, with 2006's very well received remake, "Casino Royale." Broccoli is also a successful theater producer, responsible for the London and American stagings of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." For her contributions to the world of film Broccoli was awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.).




No Score Yet No Score Yet Till Producer - 2022
83% 88% No Time to Die Producer $160.8M 2021
86% 96% Rising Phoenix Executive Producer - 2020
29% 44% The Rhythm Section Producer $4.9M 2020
86% 57% Nancy Executive Producer $80.1K 2018
80% 67% Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool Producer $1.0M 2017
63% 61% Spectre Producer $200.1M 2015
28% 40% The Silent Storm Executive Producer - 2014
100% 76% Radiator Executive Producer - 2014
100% 87% Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007 Self - 2012
92% 86% Skyfall Producer $304.4M 2012
64% 58% Quantum of Solace Producer $168.4M 2008
94% 90% Casino Royale Producer $167.0M 2006
58% No Score Yet Stolen Childhoods Executive Producer - 2005
56% 41% Die Another Day Producer $160.2M 2002
52% 49% The World Is Not Enough Producer $126.9M 1999
56% 53% Tomorrow Never Dies Producer $145.0M 1997
80% 83% GoldenEye Producer $106.0M 1995
78% 61% Licence to Kill Associate Producer $34.7M 1989
74% 66% The Living Daylights Associate Producer $51.2M 1987
43% 47% Octopussy Assistant Director - 1983