Bill Ewing

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Bill Ewing
OccupationActor, director, producer, screenwriter
Years activemid-1970s to present
Spouse(s)Susan McIver

William R. 'Bill' Ewing is an American director, producer, screenwriter and president of Every Tribe Entertainment and Bearing Fruit Entertainment.[1][2]


Ewing began his career as an actor then joined Sony Pictures in 1986 and was named director of production services in 1987.[1][2] He was promoted to Vice President in 1988 and later to Senior Vice President after Sony's acquisition of Columbia pictures.[1][2] He supervised production of over 100 films, including A League of Their Own, My Girl, Groundhog Day, In the Line of Fire, Little Women, Air Force One, Men in Black, The Patriot, Charlie's Angels, etc.[1][2] He served as Senior Vice President of Production and Administration for 15 years, with his final productions including Spider-Man, Adaptation, Stuart Little 2, and Men in Black II.[1][2] In 2001 he left Sony to found Every Tribe Entertainment and the non-profit Bearing Fruit Entertainment as organizations to brings the message of the Bible to life through media including films, documentaries, television commercials, radio and print advertisements, books and video.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Bill Ewing lives in Los Angeles with his wife Susan McIver, and is the father of singer and actor Blake McIver Ewing.[1]


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  2. ^ a b c d e f, "Bill Ewing: Do You Dare to Make Contact?", Retrieved 12-18-2008

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