Jeffrey Chernov

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Jeffrey Chernov
OccupationFilm producer

Jeffrey Chernov is an American film producer, unit production manager and executive.[1]

He was the Vice President of Physical Production for Walt Disney Pictures and Television/Touchstone Pictures/Hollywood Pictures from 1987 through 1989 and the Senior Vice President of Physical Production at Spyglass Entertainment from 2001 through 2005.

He has also served as a first and second assistant director. Early in his career, he frequently collaborated with filmmaker John Carpenter.[citation needed]

During his time with Disney/Touchstone/Hollywood, Chernov oversaw production on such films as Dead Poets Society and Pretty Woman. Afterwards, he became an independent producer, although he would produce or executive produce a number of movies for Touchstone.

In 2001 he was appointed Senior VP of production at Spyglass.[2] He is credited as production executive on many films produced by Spyglass.

Chernov made his directorial debut with A Line in the Sand, which he is also producing.

He recently worked as executive producer on Star Trek for J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures, replacing Stratton Leopold. His son Max and daughter Zoe had small roles in the film as a young Spock's Vulcan schoolmates.[3]



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