Daniel Bigel

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Daniel Bigel

Daniel William Bigel is an American film producer (CEO and founder of Bigel Entertainment)[1] who has produced 10 films to date including Loverboy directed by and starring Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, Empire starring John Leguizamo and Peter Sarsgaard and Harvard Man written and directed by James Toback and starring, in his first major film production, Adrien Grenier of Entourage fame. Bigel also co-founded Broadway South, LLC, a company dedicated to rebuilding downtown New Orleans through the creation of a "live entertainment" theater district along Canal Street.[2]

Currently, Bigel runs an online brokerage system for trading in tax credit certificates called The OIX (https://www.theoix.com) and is no longer in the film industry.

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  1. ^ "Bigel spins off own shingle for pix, TV", Daily Variety, November 12, 2004
  2. ^ Broadway South