Nicholas Reed

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Nicholas Reed
Born (1963-06-18) June 18, 1963 (age 54)
Gibraltar, UK
Nationality British
Occupation Film producer

Nicholas "Nick" Reed (born June 18, 1963) is a documentary film producer, media, entertainment and technology entrepreneur, with interests in film finance, viral and video marketing, and motion picture and television production. Reed and fellow producer Malcolm Clarke won the Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) for the 2013 film The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life.[1]

Reed was born in Gibraltar in June 18, 1963 and is the owner of Reed Entertainment.[2] He is also co-owner of Science Film and Technology Company, Kallisti Media,[3] and a founding partner in LA-based video viral marketing company, ShareAbility http://shareability.com. He was formerly the Head of Motion Picture Literary at International Creative Management, one of the world’s largest talent agencies.

Nick has worked with a diverse range of celebrated Hollywood writers, directors, and actors, and has been involved with such movies as My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the Austin Powers I, II and III, Elizabeth, Training Day, Bridget Jones's Diary, Moulin Rouge!, Bourne Identity franchise, Monster's Ball, White Noise, Underworld I, II and III, Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers, Borat, Live Free or Die Hard, and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, among many others. He was also involved with development and production of the successful CSI television series for CBS Entertainment.

Originally, a British Royal Navy pilot,[citation needed] his journey to Hollywood started by being cast by Steven Spielberg in the Walt Disney Company’s film, Hook, led to becoming the Head of International Creative Management’s Motion Picture and according to the London Times,[citation needed] is now one of the most influential British members of the Hollywood elite.

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