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Brad Krevoy

Brad Krevoy has produced, acquired, and distributed over 100 motion picture and television projects over the past 30 years, generating more than $1 billion in worldwide revenue. His blockbuster comedy Dumb and Dumber, starring Jim Carey and Jeff Daniels, grossed over $200 million worldwide. The heart-warming true story Taking Chance, starring Kevin Bacon, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was the most watched HBO original film in over five years at the time of its airing. Taking Chance won a number of awards including an Emmy, Golden Globe, DGA, SAG, WGA and Humanitas Awards for acting, directing, writing and producing. Brad Krevoy co-founded the Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA) and helped MPCA become the industry hit maker for moderately budgeted comedies that generated strong box office and critical acclaim, ranging from the comedy classic Kingpin, starring Woody Harrelson and Bill Murray, to Jungle to Jungle, starring Tim Allen. Prior to co-founding MPCA in 1987, Krevoy served as President of Roger Corman’s Concorde Pictures, which was one of the leading independent production and distribution companies. Mr. Krevoy remains active with several entertainment industry and charitable Boards of Directors, including IFTA, which runs the American Film Market and represents motion picture sales and distribution companies around the world.