Joel Silver was born on July 14,1952 and is an American film producer.
13 Facts About Joel Silver
Joel Silver attended Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Joel Silver was later inducted into the USA Ultimate Hall of Fame as a result of this.
Joel Silver finished his undergraduate studies at the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Joel Silver began his career at Lawrence Gordon Productions, where he eventually became president of motion pictures for the company.
Joel Silver earned his first screen credit as the associate producer on The Warriors and, with Gordon, produced 48 Hrs.
Joel Silver trimmed his beard off, paid his own expenses, and asked to not have his name in initial cast lists.
Reportedly, when production wrapped, due to the fact that Joel Silver was unrecognizable, Eisner questioned who played Raoul and was told it was Joel Silver, at which point, Eisner shrugged and praised his performance.
Joel Silver is known for his eccentric temper, inspiring characters based on him in movies such as Grand Canyon, True Romance and I'll Do Anything.
Joel Silver voiced "the police chief" in the 2001 film Osmosis Jones as an uncredited role.
Joel Silver is well known as an aficionado of architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Joel Silver has owned and restored two Lincoln Continental automobiles previously owned by Wright, one a 1940 convertible and the other a 1941 coupe.
Joel Silver was exonerated in February 2021 by a Los Angeles judge.