|Born||November 14, 1950|
|Spouse(s)||Pamela West (divorced)|
|Partner(s)||Teri Garr (1979–1983)|
|Children||Claire Birnbaum Block|
|Parent(s)||Arlene Steinlauf Birnbaum|
Roger Birnbaum (born November 14, 1950) is an American film producer who owns the company Spyglass Entertainment and was co-CEO and co-Chairman of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. His two greatest box office hits as producer have been Rush Hour 2 and The Tourist which grossed US$347,325,802 and US$278,346,189 at the worldwide box office respectively. In 2016, he produced The Magnificent Seven.
Birnbaum was born to a Jewish family in Teaneck, New Jersey, the son of Arlene (née Steinlauf) and Norman Birnbaum. His father was a World War II veteran who went into the embroidery business with his father after the war and used his profits in 1967 to build the Stonehenge a building in New Jersey. Birnbaum graduated from Teaneck High School and attended the University of Denver.
|1984||When Your Lover Leaves||producer|
|The Sure Thing||producer|
|1987||Who's That Girl||producer|
|Bay Coven||executive producer|
|1993||The Three Musketeers||producer|
|Angels in the Outfield||producer|
|A Low Down Dirty Shame||producer|
|The Jerky Boys||producer|
|While You Were Sleeping||producer|
|The Big Green||producer|
|Dead Presidents||Special Thanks|
|1996||Before and After||executive producer|
|The Rich Man's Wife||producer|
|Maximum Risk||executive producer|
|The Beautician and the Beast||executive producer|
|Grosse Point Blank||producer|
|Angels in the Endzone||executive producer|
|1998||Overnight Delivery||executive producer|
|Six Days, Seven Nights||producer|
|2000||Angels in the Infield||executive producer|
|Keeping the Faith||executive producer|
|2001||Rush Hour 2||producer|
|Out Cold||executive producer|
|2002||The Count of Monte Cristo||producer|
|Reign of Fire||producer|
|2003||Criminology 101||executive producer|
|Inspector Gadget 2||executive producer|
|Bruce Almighty||executive producer|
|One Love||executive producer|
|2004||The Perfect Score||producer|
|Connie and Carla||producer|
|The Ranch||executive producer|
|The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy||producer|
|The Legend of Zorro||executive producer|
|Memoirs of a Geisha||executive producer|
|2006||Eight Below||executive producer|
|Stay Alive||executive producer|
|Stick It||executive producer|
|Rush Hour 3||producer|
|Balls of Fury||producer|
|Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins||executive producer|
|The Ruins||executive producer|
|The Happening||executive producer|
|The Love Guru||executive producer|
|Ghost Town||executive producer|
|Flash of Genius||producer|
|2009||G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra||executive producer|
|Dinner for Schmucks||executive producer|
|2011||No Strings Attached||executive producer|
|2013||G.I. Joe: Retaliation||executive producer|
|2016||The Magnificent Seven||producer|
- "Roger Birnbaum Biography (1950?-)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2011-12-15.
- "The Tourist". Box Office Mojo.
- "Rush Hour 2". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 20 August 2013.
- "Executive Suite: Inside Roger Birnbaum's Pin High Productions Office". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 September 2016.
- "ABOUT US". Cave 76 Productions.
- "Norman Birnbaum - Obituary". The New York Times. republished at legacy.com. October 2, 2007.
- Spelling, Ian (June 1, 2011). "Let the Lion Roar: Teaneck native Roger Birnbaum shines brightly in Hollywood". (201) magazine; Bergen.com. Retrieved October 6, 2011.
Much of the producer’s touch, the instinct that drives Birnbaum to financially back a script or to help nurture a pitch into a script and then into a feature, and his overall taste as a filmmaker, can be traced back to his formative years in Teaneck. He was raised there and attended Teaneck High School.
- "Advisory Board Biographies". ucsb.edu. Carsey-Wolf Center for Film, Television and New Media, University of California, Santa Barbara. Archived from the original on March 5, 2008. Retrieved March 6, 2008.
- "Lorand West Obituary". Los Angeles Times. republished online at legacy.com. July 13, 2008.
- "Going Steady". issuu.com; C Magazine. January 1, 2013. p. 114. Retrieved January 29, 2018.
Claire Birnbaum and Eric Block ... husband and wife... Roger Birnbaum (then co-CEO of MGM) gave away his little girl...
- THR Staff (January 10, 2013). "Warner Bros.' Courtney Simmons Weds, 'CSI:NY' Actor A.J. Buckley Engaged: Hitched, Hatched, Hired". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 29, 2018.
Producer Roger Birnbaum became engaged to ... Leslie Lopez ... on Dec. 15
- "41st AFI Life Achievement Award Honoring Mel Brooks - Red Carpet". gettyimages.ie. June 6, 2013. Retrieved January 29, 2018.
Leslie Lopez Birnbaum ... and Roger Birnbaum
- Garr, Teri (October 30, 1988). "Is Teri Garr Serious When She Says She Isn't Serious? On Tour, The Actress Drops Her Comedic Guard". Chicago Tribune. Interviewed by Johanna Steinmetz.
Well, I lived with two men, one for seven years, the other for five. I was with Birnbaum (Roger Birnbaum, an independent producer) for seven. That was like a marriage.