Tony Ludwig - Details


TONY LUDWIG and his partner, Alan Riche, just finished "The Family Man" starring Nicolas Cage, directed by Brett Ratner. They are currently in production on the comedy "Tomcats," starring Jerry O'Connell, Shannon Elizabeth and Jake Busey, Joe Roth's first movie for his recently established Revolution Studios.

They previously produced "Empire Records" with Liv Tyler; the 1997 comedy "Mousehunt" starring Nathan Lane; "The Mod Squad"; and "Deep Blue Sea" starring Samuel L. Jackson under the Riche/Ludwig Productions banner. They also produced the thriller "Komodo."

Ludwig is the former president of Interstar Releasing which distributed the films "Highlander 2: The Quickening," "A Midnight Clear" and "Split Second."
Prior to that, Ludwig was president of Imagine Entertainment where he supervised the production of "The 'burbs," Ron Howard's "Parenthood," "The Dream Team" and Oliver Stone's "The Doors."

Ludwig began his career at the William Morris Agency in 1966 and rose from the mailroom to become a literary agent and went on to form the literary department at Creative Artists Agency. As an agent there, he was involved in setting up such films as "Stand By Me," "Mr. Mom," "This Is Spinal Tap," "About Last Night," "Lethal Weapon" and "Dragnet."