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Mr. Glazer began his distinguished career at the William Morris Agency, television packaging department, prior to bringing his talents to Roven Cavallo productions/Atlas Entertainment in 1994. It is during his tenure at Atlas Entertainment that Mr. Glazer honed his exceptional skills in the areas of development, physical production, post-production, business affairs and the financing of independent and studio films. As well as handling the global marketing and distribution of studio and independent projects. His 19 years with Atlas Entertainment, 10 of which he was the Executive Vice President, provided him with an unsurpassed understanding for the creative process, as well as the need for sound fiscal decisions to allow the creativity of the artist to flourish within the constraints of a budget. Mr.
Glazer has a profound respect for the relationship between filmmaker, financiers and producers, always expressing an unwavering commitment to preserving the creative integrity of screenwriters, directors and actors, while balancing the need to be accountable to financiers. Mr. Glazer's notable career includes executive producer credits on projects such as: The recently released "Open Grave" directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego and staring Sharlto Coley, Thomas Krentschmann, and Joseph Morgan; "Season of the Witch", starring Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman, and directed by Dominic Sena; "The Bank Job", starring Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows; and Tom Tykwer's "The International", starring Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. He was a co-producer on the comedy blockbuster "Get Smart", starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway. Other film producing credits include "Revenge for Jolly" starring Kristen Wiig, Brian Petsos, Elijah Wood and Oscar Isaac; "Live!", written and directed by Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Bill Guttentag and starring Eva Mendes; "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed", "Bulletproof Monk", and 2002's "Scooby-Doo", which grossed more than $275 million worldwide. Mr.
Glazer was also an associate producer on "City of Angels", starring Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan and he produced the HBO special "Making Angels" as well. Mr. Glazer also holds associate producer credits on "Three Kings", starring George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Ice Cube, and executive produced the HBO special "On the Set of Three Kings." Mr Glazer oversaw all marketing and distribution for all aspects of Three Kings.
Mr. Glazer's worldwide box office of films he has a producing credit on is over 1 billion dollars. His worldwide box office triples to 3 billion dollars when you include films that he was influential in the Production, Distribution and/or Marketing of the films and chose to not receive a credit, such as Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Brothers Grimm, Fallen and Rollerball.