Michael Mailer

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Michael Mailer
Born1964 (age 56–57)
NationalityAmerican
OccupationProducer
Spouse(s)
(m. 2004)
ChildrenCyrus Mailer
Parent(s)Norman Mailer
Beverly Bentley

Michael Mailer (born 1964) is an American film producer and director and the oldest son of Beverly Bentley and writer Norman Mailer. He graduated from Harvard in 1987.[1] He has produced over 20 films. He has five sisters and three brothers. He is the founder and president of Michael Mailer Films. He married Sasha Lazard in 2004[2] and they have one son, Cyrus. Mailer and Lazard divorced in 2011. [3]

Partial filmography[edit]

He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.

Film[edit]

Year Film Credit Notes
1989 A Fool and His Money Executive producer
1997 Two Girls and a Guy Executive producer
1999 Giving It Up
Black and White
2000 Catalina Trust Executive producer
The Last Producer
2001 Harvard Man
2002 Empire
2003 Lost Junction
2005 Loverboy
Devour Executive producer Direct-to-video
2006 Kettle of Fish
2008 The Golden Boys
2009 The Lodger
Blood and Bone Direct-to-video
2011 The Ledge
Sunny Side Up
2012 All Wifed Out Executive producer
2013 The Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die
2014 A Little Game
Friends and Romans
2015 Beginner's Guide to Sex
2016 Showing Roots
Wild Oats Executive producer
Blind
2017 Lost in Florence
The Private Life of a Modern Woman
2018 The Second Sun
TBA
Cutman
Savage Lands
As director
Year Film
2016 Blind
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Swing
As an actor
Year Film Role
1989 A Fool and His Money Anderson
2004 When Will I Be Loved Michael Burke
As writer
Year Film
1989 A Fool and His Money
Miscellaneous crew
Year Film Notes
1987 Under Cover Production assistant
Thanks
Year Film Notes
2014 River of Fundament With thanks to

Television[edit]

Year Title
1994 ABC Afterschool Special
As an actor
Year Title Role
2013 Ivy League Crimelords Mike

References[edit]

  1. ^ James Barron (June 27, 2002), "BOLDFACE NAMES. A Mailer Link", The New York Times
  2. ^ Kristina O'Neill (August 1, 2004), "A marriage made in Mexico: New Yorkers Sasha Lazard and Michael Mailer take to Tulum for a storybook wedding--with subplots of dress dramas and a customs crisis and, ultimately, a fairy-tale ending.(Life Style)", Harper's Bazaar
  3. ^ PageSix.com Staff (April 13, 2011), "Mailer's next", Page Six

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