Alan Marshall (producer)

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Alan Marshall
Born (1938-08-12) August 12, 1938 (age 80)[1]
OccupationFilm Producer
Years active1952 - present[1]

Alan Marshall is a British film producer.

In 1967, Marshall was working as a film editor at Signal Films (part of EUE/Screen Gems) in Berwick St London. He left to be a commercials producer at CDP (Collett, Dickenson & Pearce).

Before producing feature films, with help from CDP, he and Alan Parker started the TVC production Company Alan Parker productions. Marshall has worked as producer in feature films that have been directed by Parker from Bugsy Malone up to Angel Heart. After Angel Heart, Marshall decided to leave working with Parker to focus on other work.

Marshall has been the producer for other films such as Homeboy, Jacob's Ladder, Basic Instinct and Hollow Man.



  1. ^ a b c "Alan Marshall biography". The New York Times.

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