Scott Stuber

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Scott Stuber
Born Granada Hills, Los Angeles, United States
Alma mater University of Arizona
Occupation Film producer, Netflix executive
Spouse(s) Rachel Nichols (m. 2008–2009)
Molly Sims (m. 2011)
Children 3

Scott Stuber is an American film producer.

Personal life[edit]

Stuber was born to a Jewish family[1] in Granada Hills, Los Angeles, California. He graduated from the University of Arizona. He was married in Aspen, Colorado on July 26, 2008 to actress Rachel Nichols; however, after seven months of marriage, they announced that they were divorcing.[2]

He married Molly Sims, on September 24, 2011. The couple have three children: Brooks Alan born in 2012,[3][1] a daughter born in 2015[4] and a son born in 2017.[5]

Career[edit]

Stuber was Co-President of production at Universal Pictures with Mary Parent and in 2004, Stuber and Parent were named Vice Chairman of Worldwide Production for Universal Pictures. In 2005, Universal signed a production contract with the duo under the shingle Stuber/Parent Productions.[6]

In November 2008, it was announced that Stuber signed a five-year contract through 2013 with Universal Studios under his vanity card, Stuber Pictures. He has been credited with producing such films as Role Models (2008), Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (2008), The Kingdom (2007), You, Me and Dupree (2006), The Break-Up (2006), and The Umbrella Academy (2012). In 2012, Stuber Pictures was renamed to Bluegrass Films and Stuber's television unit renamed to Bluegrass Television.[7]

Ranked No. 58 in Premiere's 2003 annual Power 100 List with Mary Parent.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Contribution Role Notes
Producer Actor
1995 Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home No Yes Policeman film debut
1995 Assassins No Yes Parking Attendant at Marriott Hotel
1997 Volcano Yes No Associate Producer
2006 The Break-Up Yes No
2006 You, Me and Dupree Yes No
2007 The Kingdom Yes No
2008 Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins Yes No
2008 Role Models Yes No
2009 Love Happens Yes No
2009 Couples Retreat Yes No
2010 The Wolfman Yes No
2010 Repo Men Yes No
2010 Love & Other Drugs Yes No
2011 Your Highness Yes No
2012 Safe House Yes No
2012 Battleship Yes No
2012 Ted Yes No
2013 Identity Thief Yes No
2013 The Internship Yes No Executive Producer
2013 47 Ronin Yes No
2014 Endless Love Yes No
2014 A Million Ways to Die in the West Yes No
2014 Kill the Messenger Yes No
2015 Ted 2 Yes No
2016 Central Intelligence Yes No
2016 Free State of Jones Yes No
2016 Patriots Day Yes No
2016 Office Christmas Party Yes No
2016 The Third Wheel Yes No
2017 Little Evil Yes No Executive Producer
2018 Bird Box Yes No post-production
TBA Desert Eagle Yes No announced

Television[edit]

Year Title Contribution Notes
Producer
2010 The Pink House Yes Television Movie; Executive Producer
2011-2013 Whitney Yes Executive Producer; 37 episodes
2012 Brothers-In-Law Yes Television Movie; Executive Producer
2017 Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television Yes Executive Producer; 8 episodes
2017-2018 The Mayor Yes Executive Producer; 13 episodes
TBR It's Not the End of the World Yes Television Movie; Executive Producer
2019 The Umbrella Academy Yes Executive Producer; Episode: "Pilot"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Interfaith Family: "Hollywood Now: Nikki Reed's Engaged & Ivanka Talks Conversion" By Gerri Miller March 2, 2015
  2. ^ "Actress Rachel Nichols & Producer Scott Stuber Split". People Magazine. February 27, 2009. Retrieved February 27, 2009.
  3. ^ "Molly Sims Welcomes Son". People. June 19, 2012. Retrieved June 19, 2012.
  4. ^ http://celebritybabies.people.com/2015/03/26/molly-sims-welcomes-daughter-scarlett-may/
  5. ^ http://hollywoodlife.com/2017/01/11/molly-sims-baby-born-gives-birth-3rd-baby-son-scott-stuber/
  6. ^ 'The Wolfman' Producer Barks on Delays and CG Make-Up
  7. ^ Producer Scott Stuber Talks Wolfman Tinkering

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