Don Carmody

Don Carmody has been producing films for nearly 40 years. He was vice-president of production for Canada’s Cinepix (now Lions Gate Films), where he co-produced David Cronenberg’s early shockers Shivers and Rabid as well as the popular Ivan Reitman comedy Meatballs. Starting his own production company in 1980, Carmody went on to produce the smash hits Porky's and Porky's II and the perennially popular A Christmas Story, as well as Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone, Whispers, The Big Town, Physical Evidence, Switching Channels and several Chuck Norris films, including The Hitman and Sidekicks. He returned to comedy successfully with the Weekend at Bernie's series, and “The Late Shift” for HBO, which was nominated for seven Emmy Awards, three Cable Ace awards and the Producers’ Guild of America Golden Laurel. “The Late Shift” also won a Golden Globe for actor Kathy Bates and a Directors’ Guild Award for Betty Thomas. His credits include nearly 100 films thus far, including Johnny Mnemonic, The Mighty, Studio 54, the Academy Award©-nominated GOOD WILL HUNTING with Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Robin Williams; IN TOO DEEP with L.L.

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