Alan C. Blomquist - Details


Alan C. Blomquist most recently executive produced Lasse Hallstrom's "The Cider House Rules" for Miramax and "What Dreams May Come" starring Robin Williams. "The Cider House Rules" reunited Blomquist with the noted director Lasse Hallstrom, with whom he worked on the critically acclaimed "What's Eating Gilbert Grape."

Blomquist also served as executive producer on the visual effects-laden science fiction film "Spawn" as well as "A Little Princess" and "Beautiful Girls." His other producer credits include "Of Mice and Men," "Guilty by Suspicion" and "Everybody's All American."

Prior to producing, Blomquist served in various key production capacities for both motion pictures and television projects. He was the first assistant director on the action adventure film "Iron Eagle" and the unit production manager on Taylor Hackford's "La Bamba" and John Hughes' "Uncle Buck."

Blomquist also produced the Emmy Award-winning ABC After School Special, "The War Between the Classes."