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Mount, Thom 1948–

MOUNT, Thom 1948


PERSONAL


Full name, Thomas Henderson Mount; born May 26, 1948, in Durham, NC; son of Lillard H. and Bonnie Mount; married Katrina Woodard (marriage ended); married Chloe King; children: (second marriage) Cooper. Education: Attended Bard College, 196870; California Institute of Arts, M.F.A., filmmaking, 1973.


Addresses: Office Mount Co., 400 South Beverly Dr., Suite 214, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.


Career: Producer. MetroGoldwynMayer, assistant to the producer; Universal Studios, Studio City, CA, production executive, 197579, executive vice president in charge of production, 197678, head of theatrical division, c. 197980, president and head of production, 197983, president of worldwide motion picture production, 198283; Mount Co. (also known as Mount Film Group and Mount/Kramer Co.), Beverly Hills, CA, principal and independent film producer, 1983. Entertainment Internet, Inc., cochair, beginning 1998, and creator of the casting service CastNet.com; Hollywood Broadcasting.com, managing partner; consultant to RKO Pictures. California Institute for the Arts, member of board of trustees, 197172; Bard College, member of board of trustees, 198092; Duke University, National Endowment for the Humanities artist in residence, 1990; Columbia University, adjunct professor, 199596; Los Angeles Film School, managing partner.


Member: Producers Guild of America (member of board of trustees, 1995; president, 19982001).


Awards, Honors: Golden Satellite Award, special achievement for a career of outstanding service in the entertainment industry, International Press Academy, 2001; Louis B. Mayer Award, motion picture business leader of the year, DeSantis Center for Motion Picture Industry Studies, Florida Atlantic University, 2001.


CREDITS


Film Producer:

(With Tim Hampton) Frantic, Warner Bros., 1987.

Cant Buy Me Love (also known as Boy Rents Girl ), Buena Vista, 1987.

(With Mark Burg) Bull Durham, Orion, 1988.

(With Hank Moonjean) Stealing Home, Warner Bros., 1988.

Tequila Sunrise, Warner Bros., 1988.

Frankenstein Unbound (also known as Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound ), Warner Bros., 1990.

Death and the Maiden (also known as La jeune fille et la mort ), Fine Line, 1994.

Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997.


Film Executive Producer:

My Man Adam, TriStar, 1985.

Roman Polanski's Pirates (also known as Pirates ), Cannon, 1986.

Charlie Barnett's Terms of Enrollment (also known as Terms of Enrollment ), 1986.

The Indian Runner, MetroGoldwynMayer, 1991.

Natural Born Killers, Warner Bros., 1994.


Television Work; Specials:

Producer, Son of the Morning Star, 1987.

Executive producer, The Neville Brothers: Tell It Like It Is, Cinemax, 1989.

Coexecutive producer, The Kennedy Center Mark Train Prize Celebrating the Humor of Richard Pryor, Comedy Central, 1999.


Television Work; Other:

Producer, Cinemax Comedy Experiment (series), Cinemax, 1987.

Executive producer, Open Admissions, 1988.


Stage Work:

Coproducer, Death and the Maiden, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1992.


RECORDINGS


Videos:

Himself, The Yearbook: An "Animal House " Reunion, Universal Studios Home Video, 1998.

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