Todd Darren Lieberman
February 20, 1973
|Alma mater||University of Pennsylvania|
|Occupation||Film and television producer|
Todd Darren Lieberman (born February 20, 1973) is an American film and television producer. He co-founded Mandeville Films and Television with David Hoberman in 2002. Mandeville has produced several notable films, including The Fighter, which won two Academy Awards in 2010, and for which Lieberman was nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture.
Todd was born to a Jewish family in Cleveland, and grew up in Lyndhurst and Pepper Pike, Ohio. He graduated from Hawken School. and the University of Pennsylvania. There he was a member of the Mask and Wig Club. He is from a Jewish family. He performed with local theatre groups in Ohio before college where he continued to perform, then moving to Los Angeles in 1995. He began there with acting and then moved on to writing, reviewing film scripts, then on to directing and producing. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995 where he was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and The Mask and Wig Club.
Lieberman was Senior Vice President for International Finance at the production company Hyde Park Entertainment, which produced and co-financed films such as Anti-Trust, Bandits and Moonlight Mile. Lieberman established himself at the international sales and distribution company Summit Entertainment, where he progressed thanks to championing the independent film Memento and acquiring the rights to American Pie.
In 1999, Lieberman was hired by David Hoberman to work for Mandeville Films. After a short hiatus, the two re-formed the production company as Mandeville Films and Television in 2002, with both serving as co-owners and company partners. In 2001, he was named one of the "35 under 35" people to watch in the business by The Hollywood Reporter.
Lieberman is married to former film producer Heather Lieberman (née Zeegen). Together, the couple have 2 sons Jasper and Isadore. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and is a mentor at the Producers Guild of America.
He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.
|2003||Bringing Down the House||Co-producer|
|The Last Shot||Executive producer|
|2005||Beauty Shop||Executive producer|
|2006||Eight Below||Executive producer|
|The Shaggy Dog||Executive producer|
|Five Fingers||Executive producer|
|Beverly Hills Chihuahua|
|The Lazarus Project|
|21 & Over|
|2014||Muppets Most Wanted|
|2015||The Divergent Series: Insurgent||Executive producer|
|Broken Horses||Executive producer|
|2016||The Divergent Series: Allegiant||Executive producer|
|2017||Beauty and the Beast|
|2007||The Kill Point||Executive producer|
|2010−11||Detroit 1-8-7||Executive producer|
|2011||Geek Charming||Executive producer||Television film|
|2013||King John||Executive producer||Television film|
|2014||Warriors||Executive producer||Television film|
|Sea of Fire||Executive producer||Television film|
|2015||Wicked City||Executive producer|
|2016||The Family||Executive producer|
|Sing It!||Executive producer|
|2018||The Mission||Executive producer||Television film|
|Steps||Executive producer||Television film|
|2019||The Fix||Executive producer|
|2020||Harlem's Kitchen||Executive producer||Television pilot|
|TBA||The Hypnotist's Love Story||Executive producer||Television pilot|
Awards and nominations
|2008||Black Reel Awards||Best Film||Traitor (shared with Don Cheadle, Jeffrey Silver and David Hoberman)||Nominated|
|2010||Academy Awards||Best Picture||The Fighter (shared with David Hoberman and Mark Wahlberg)||Nominated|
|Awards Circuit Community Awards||ACCA – Best Motion Picture||Nominated|
|Davis Award – Best Motion Picture||The Fighter (shared with Dorothy Aufiero, Ryan Kavanaugh, Paul Tamasy and Mark Wahlberg)||Nominated|
|2011||AFI Awards||Movie of the Year||The Fighter (shared with David Hoberman and Mark Wahlberg)||Won|
|PGA Awards||Best Theatrical Motion Picture||Nominated|
|2012||Academy Awards||Best Original Song - "Man or Muppet"||The Muppets (shared with James Bobin, Martin G. Baker, Bill Barretta, David Hoberman, John G. Scotti, Jason Segel, Nicholas Stoller)|
|Christopher Awards||Feature Film||The Muppets (shared with James Bobin, Martin G. Baker, Bill Barretta, David Hoberman, John G. Scotti, Jason Segel, Nicholas Stoller)||Won|
|BAFTA Awards||BAFTA Children's Award for Best Feature Film||The Muppets (shared with David Hoberman and James Bobin)||Nominated|
|2014||BAFTA Kids' Vote – Feature Film||Muppets Most Wanted (shared with James Bobin, David Hoberman and Nicholas Stoller)||Nominated|
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