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Mark Gill

Highest Rated: 87% Untouchable (2019)

Lowest Rated: 4% A Little Bit of Heaven (2011)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

A former reporter for the LOS ANGELES TIMES and NEWSWEEK, Mark Gill moved into film publicity at Columbia/TriStar Pictures. He handled the promotion for "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" and the controversy sparked by the violence surrounding the opening of "Boyz N the Hood" (both 1991) and was promoted to senior vice president for publicity and field operations. He later joined Miramax as president of marketing.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
48% 77% Unhinged Producer $20.6M 2020
87% 71% Untouchable Self - 2019
39% 93% Angel Has Fallen Executive Producer $69.0M 2019
37% 68% Hunter Killer Producer $15.7M 2018
30% 24% Leatherface Executive Producer - 2017
43% 67% The Hitman's Bodyguard Producer $75.4M 2017
61% 30% Bullet Head Executive Producer - 2017
30% 40% Mechanic: Resurrection Executive Producer $21.2M 2016
81% 64% The Bleeder Executive Producer $320.7K 2016
28% 50% London Has Fallen Producer $62.5M 2016
30% 47% Criminal Producer $14.7M 2016
37% 40% Before I Go to Sleep Producer $3.2M 2014
12% 22% Good People Producer - 2014
55% 49% Eliza Graves Executive Producer - 2014
42% 61% Homefront Executive Producer $20.1M 2013
38% 36% As I Lay Dying Executive Producer $15.0K 2013
53% 36% Lovelace Executive Producer $354.8K 2013
66% 62% The Iceman Executive Producer $1.9M 2012
4% 52% A Little Bit of Heaven Producer $10.0K 2011
41% 46% The Rebound Producer - 2009
26% 75% Law Abiding Citizen Producer $73.3M 2009
68% 74% A Scanner Darkly Executive Producer $5.5M 2006
74% 85% The Painted Veil Producer $8.0M 2006
55% 63% Happy Endings Producer $1.3M 2005
62% 78% Under the Tuscan Sun Executive Producer $43.6M 2003
73% 74% Next Stop Wonderland Executive Producer $3.4M 1998