Tadross

MICHAEL TADROSS (Executive Producer), a veteran of over 25 years of motion picture experience, executive produced "The Devil's Advocate," starring Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino, and the Arnold Schwarzenegger-Vanessa Williams action-thriller "Eraser," both for Warner Bros. He produced "Die Hard with a Vengeance," which was the biggest worldwide box-office hit of 1995.

Tadross served as Senior Vice President of Feature Production for Paramount Pictures where he oversaw such films as "Forrest Gump," "Naked Gun 33 1/3," "The Firm," "Clear and Present Danger," "Wayne's World 2," "Beverly Hills Cop III," "Blue Chips," "Coneheads" and "Sliver." Prior to his tenure at Paramount, Tadross co-produced "Indecent Proposal," starring Demi Moore and Robert Redford, and associate produced "School Ties" and "Brenda Starr."

His many films as unit production manager and/or first assistant director include "Ghost," "Coming to America," "Black Rain," "Trading Places," "Death Wish," "Cocktail" and "Masquerade." He also produced many telefilms, including "When Will I Be Loved?" and "Deadly Illusion."

Tadross was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Wagner College with a degree in art. He began his career in film as a camera trainee and assistant film editor.

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