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|Born||November 30, 1962|
New York City, New York
|Spouse(s)||Kerry Brown (m. 2001)|
Stacey Sher (born November 30, 1962) is an American film producer.
Sher was born to a Jewish family in New York City and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated from University of Southern California's (USC) Peter Stark Producing Program.
In 1985, she became director of development at Hill/Obst Productions. In 1987, she became Vice President of Production. In 1991 she became Senior Vice President at Lynda Obst Productions. She went on to work with Danny DeVito and Michael Shamberg at Jersey Films, and now operates Double Feature Films with Michael Shamberg, with whom she co-founded the company.
Sher has worked with multiple high-profile directors, including Terry Gilliam, Richard LaGravenese, Danny DeVito, Miloš Forman, Zach Braff, Oliver Stone, and has worked on multiple films with Quentin Tarantino and Steven Soderbergh.
Sher dated director Quentin Tarantino, but their relationship ended during the development of Pulp Fiction, which Sher was a producer on. Sher married musician/producer Kerry Brown in 2001. They have two children.
- 2015: The Hateful Eight – producer
- 2015: Burnt – producer
- 2014: Wish I Was Here – producer
- 2012: Django Unchained – producer
- 2012: LOL – producer
- 2011: Contagion – producer
- 2010: Extraordinary Measures – producer
- 2007: Reno 911!: Miami – producer
- 2007; Freedom Writers – producer
- 2006: World Trade Center – producer
- 2005: The Skeleton Key – producer
- 2005: Be Cool – producer
- 2004: Garden State – executive producer
- 2004: Along Came Polly – producer
- 2003: Camp – producer –
- 2003: Other People's Business – executive producer
- 2002: The Funkhousers – executive producer
- 2001: How High – producer
- 2001: The Caveman's Valentine – producer
- 2000: Erin Brockovich – producer
- 2000: Drowning Mona – executive producer
- 1999: Man on the Moon – producer
- 1998: Living Out Loud – producer
- 1998: Out of Sight – producer
- 1998: The Pentagon Wars – executive producer
- 1997: Gattaca – producer
- 1996: Feeling Minnesota – producer
- 1996: Matilda – producer
- 1995: Get Shorty – producer
- 1994: Pulp Fiction – executive producer
- 1994: Reality Bites – executive producer
- 1991: The Fisher King – associate producer
- 1988: Heartbreak Hotel – associate producer
- 2016-present: Skylanders Academy - Executive producer
- 2016: Sweet/Vicious - Executive producer
- 2015-present: Into the Badlands - Executive producer
- 2004–2009: Reno 911! – executive producer, 12 episodes
- 2001–2002: UC: Undercover – executive producer, 4 episodes
- 2002: The American Embassy – executive producer
- 2001: Kate Brasher – executive producer
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