Scott Stuber

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Scott Stuber is an American film producer.

Personal life[edit]

Stuber was born in Granada Hills, 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.[1]

He married Molly Sims on September 24, 2011. The couple have two children: son Brooks Alan Stuber (born June 19, 2012)[2] and daughter Scarlett May Stuber (born March 25, 2015).[3]


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.[4]

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).[5]

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


Year Title Role
1997 Volcano associate producer
2006 The Break-Up producer
You, Me and Dupree
2007 The Kingdom
2008 Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins
Role Models
2009 Love Happens
Couples Retreat
2010 The Wolfman
Repo Men
Love & Other Drugs
2011 Your Highness
2012 Safe House
2013 Identity Thief
The Internship executive producer
2014 Kill the Messenger producer
Endless Love
A Million Ways to Die in the West
2015 Ted 2
2016 The Free State of Jones
Central Intelligence
Let It Snow


  1. ^ "Actress Rachel Nichols & Producer Scott Stuber Split". People Magazine. February 27, 2009. Retrieved February 27, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Molly Sims Welcomes Son". People. June 19, 2012. Retrieved June 19, 2012. 
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  4. ^ 'The Wolfman' Producer Barks on Delays and CG Make-Up
  5. ^ In 2012, Stuber Pictures renamed to Bluegrass Films and Stuber's television unit renamed to Bluegrass Television. Producer Scott Stuber Talks Wolfman Tinkering

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