Paul Brooks

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Paul Brooks
Born 1959
London, England

Paul Brooks (born 1959) is a British-born film producer.

Brooks has a Humanities degree in English/Philosophy/Psychology and Sociology from the University of London. He then went into real estate development before moving into film.[1]

In 1992 he executive produced low-budget film for Vadim Jean & Gary Sinyor "Leon The Pig Farmer" which became an unexpected hit in the UK box office.

In 1993 he formed a film company Metrodome Films which made films likes the controversial film Beyond Bedlam, Proteus, the cult horror Darklands directed by Julian Richards and Killing Time. Most of these films were usually starred Craig Fairbrass

Brooks has been the president of Gold Circle Films since March 2001. He has produced a number of films, including the Academy Award-nominated Shadow of the Vampire and My Big Fat Greek Wedding.



  1. ^ "Paul Brooks". Filmbug. Retrieved 2008-01-28. 
  2. ^ A Trip to the 'ATM' Becomes a Nightmare

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