Stratton Leopold

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Stratton Leopold
Born Savannah, Georgia

Stratton Leopold[1] is an American film producer. Leopold is Executive Vice President of Production at Paramount Pictures.

Leopold was born in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Marika (née Minakakis) and Peter Louis Leopold.[1] He owns an ice cream shop in Savannah, which has been in his family for generations. The shop, Leopold's Ice Cream, was designed by Academy Award-nominated production designer Daniel A. Lomino.[2] Leopold was assigned as unit production manager and executive producer of J.J. Abrams' Star Trek.[3] Before it began shooting, however, Leopold dropped out of the movie and has been replaced by Jeffrey Chernov.[4] Nonetheless, he did receive credit in the film as a Unit Production Manager.

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