Bud Yorkin

Lowest Rated: 10% Intersection (1994)
Birthday: Feb 22, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Born in Washington, PA, Bud Yorkin attended Carnegie Tech after service in the U.S. Navy beginning at age 16, and became a television engineer at NBC in 1949. He was already an established producer/director on television, specializing in variety shows featuring Martin and Lewis, Abbott and Costello, and George Gobel. He formed a partnership with producer Norman Lear in 1959, which yielded several Yorkin-directed films including Come Blow Your Horn (1965), Divorce American Style (1967), Inspector Clouseau (1968 -- starring Alan Arkin), and Start the Revolution Without Me (1970). In the early '70s, Yorkin and Lear created All in the Family, a groundbreaking topical situation comedy that completely redefined television comedy with its relatively realistic scripts and subject matter, for which Yorkin was executive producer. Since then his film career has resumed without exceptional success, including an appearance as an actor in 1990's For the Boys. He mostly retired from the industry in the mid-1990s, other than appearing in some TV documentaries. Yorking passed away in 2015, at age 89.

Highest Rated Movies



87% Blade Runner 2049 Producer $91.9M 2017
10% Intersection Producer 1994
43% For the Boys Phil 1991
No Score Yet Love Hurts Producer Director 1990
13% Arthur 2: On the Rocks Director 1988
83% Twice in a Lifetime Producer Director 1985
13% Deal of the Century Producer 1983
92% Blade Runner (The Final Cut) Producer $0.3M 1982
No Score Yet The Thief Who Came to Dinner Producer Director 1973
50% Cold Turkey Executive Producer 1971
83% Start The Revolution Without Me Producer Director 1970
No Score Yet The Night They Raided Minsky's (The Night They Invented Striptease) Producer 1968
No Score Yet Inspector Clouseau Director 1968
100% Divorce American Style Director 1967
No Score Yet Never Too Late Director 1965
86% Come Blow Your Horn Director 1963


No Score Yet Maude
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No Score Yet Sanford and Son
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No Score Yet All in the Family
Executive Producer


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