David C. Robinson
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David C. Robinson is an American film producer. Robinson serves as President of Morgan Creek Productions, one of Hollywood’s most successful film and television production companies.
During Robinson’s tenure, Morgan Creek has generated a string of commercial and prestigious hits including The Good Shepherd, starring Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie; Man of the Year, starring Robin Williams; Georgia Rule, starring Jane Fonda and Lindsay Lohan; Two for the Money, starring Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey; and Dream House, starring Daniel Craig. He also produced the 2017 biopic of late rapper, songwriter and actor, Tupac Shakur, All Eyez on Me.
Robinson graduated from Roanoke College in Virginia and currently sites on the board of the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Susan Ward, a son and two dogs.
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