Oren Koules was born on January 31,1961 and is an American entrepreneur and film producer.
14 Facts About Oren Koules
Oren Koules is the co-founder of Evolution Entertainment and produced the Saw film series as well as the CBS television series Two and a Half Men.
Oren Koules was born and raised in La Grange Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
Oren Koules competed in the Western Hockey League from 1979 to 1982.
Oren Koules was not drafted by an NHL team, but he attended two tryout camps for his hometown Chicago Blackhawks.
Oren Koules was one of the youngest members on the floor and eventually purchased a full membership to the Exchange.
Oren Koules sold his seat and left the exchange in good standing in 1991.
In 1998, Oren Koules founded Evolution Entertainment along with film producer Mark Burg, with their first major production being the 2002 thriller film John Q starring Denzel Washington.
In 2001, Oren Koules became the owner of the Helena Bighorns, a Junior A hockey team, purchasing the Helena Ice Area.
In 2007, Oren Koules started his pursuit to purchase the Tampa Bay Lightning from Palace Sports and Entertainment.
In June 2011, Oren Koules sold his ownership in Evolution Entertainment, but continued to own and oversee the Saw franchise and Two and a Half Men.
Miles Oren Koules is currently a professional ice hockey player, playing for the Cleveland Monsters of the AHL.
In 2008, Oren Koules married Shereen Arazm, a businesswoman and restaurateur.
Oren Koules was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.