Martin Bregman

Martin Bregman

Highest Rated: 96% Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

Lowest Rated: 4% The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)

Birthday: May 18, 1926

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Successful producer of Hollywood features of the 1970s, 80s, and 90s who has had long collaborations with Al Pacino and Alan Alda. Bregman began his entertainment career as a business and personal manager for many major performers including Barbra Streisand, Alan Alda, Bette Midler, Michael Douglas and Woody Allen. Already a recognized name in the industry, Bregman launched his career as a film producer with Sidney Lumet's "Serpico" (1973) starring Al Pacino. That film's great critical and commercial success was exceeded by his next project, "Dog Day Afternoon" (1975), which also starred Pacino directed by Lumet. Bregman would continue to work with the celebrated actor on Brian De Palma's "Scarface" (1983) and Pacino's 1989 comeback vehicle, "Sea of Love."

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33% 50% Carlito's Way: Rise to Power Producer - 2005
4% 19% The Adventures of Pluto Nash Producer $4.4M 2002
29% 63% The Bone Collector Producer $66.5M 1999
24% 21% One Tough Cop Producer $1.2M 1998
28% 68% Nothing to Lose Producer $44.5M 1997
90% 73% Matilda Executive Producer $33.1M 1996
50% 52% Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain Producer $5.7M 1995
35% 44% The Shadow Producer $32M 1994
22% 28% The Real McCoy Producer $6.3M 1993
81% 91% Carlito's Way Producer $36.5M 1993
No Score Yet 32% Blue Ice Producer - 1992
33% 34% Whispers in the Dark Producer $10.2M 1992
50% 40% Betsy's Wedding Producer $19.7M 1990
76% 66% Sea of Love Producer $56.6M 1989
29% 28% A New Life Producer $7.4M 1988
No Score Yet 60% Real Men Producer $411.5K 1987
77% 35% Sweet Liberty Producer $12.7M 1986
82% 93% Scarface Producer $656.2K 1983
43% 31% Venom Producer - 1981
77% 75% The Four Seasons Producer - 1981
57% 69% Simon Producer - 1980
86% 38% The Seduction of Joe Tynan Producer - 1979
96% 90% Dog Day Afternoon Producer - 1975
90% 88% Serpico Producer - 1973

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