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Top Grossing Unit Production Manager at the Domestic Box OfficeBETA


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This list shows the highest grossing Unit Production Managers based on the domestic box office of the movies they worked on.

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Tim Lewis
Best known as an Unit Production Manager based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $5,321,284,605 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1)
Top films contributed to this record: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II ($381,011,219 in 2011), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I ($295,983,305 in 2010), Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ($290,013,036 in 2005), Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ($249,538,952 in 2004), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ($234,037,575 in 2016), Edge of Tomorrow ($100,206,256 in 2014), Pan ($35,088,320 in 2015)

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Michael Fottrell
Best known as an Unit Production Manager based on credits in that role in 8 films, with $4,428,465,659 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #2)
Top films contributed to this record: Furious 7 ($353,007,020 in 2015), The Fate of the Furious ($225,764,765 in 2017), Fast Five ($210,031,325 in 2011), Fast & Furious ($155,064,265 in 2009), Central Intelligence ($127,440,871 in 2016), Sweet Home Alabama ($127,214,072 in 2002), Crimson Tide ($91,387,195 in 1995), Volcano ($47,546,796 in 1997)

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Eric McLeod
Best known as an Executive Producer based on credits in that role in 11 films, with $3,864,547,515 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #33)
Top films contributed to this record: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest ($423,315,812 in 2006), Austin Powers in Goldmember ($213,117,789 in 2002), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me ($206,040,085 in 1999), Kong: Skull Island ($168,052,812 in 2017), The Cell ($61,280,963 in 2000), Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery ($53,883,989 in 1997), Wag the Dog ($43,057,470 in 1997), 47 Ronin ($38,362,475 in 2013)

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Complete List

Rank Name Domestic
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Tim Lewis $1,585,878,663 7 $226,554,095
2 Michael Fottrell $1,337,456,309 8 $167,182,039
3 Eric McLeod $1,207,111,395 8 $150,888,924
4 Patrick Crowley $1,149,855,394 6 $191,642,566
5 Patricia Whitcher $1,058,011,193 8 $132,251,399
6 Louise Rosner $966,404,131 4 $241,601,033
7 Tim Moore $882,457,794 11 $80,223,436
8 Jim Rowe $876,269,305 5 $175,253,861
9 Marty P. Ewing $757,947,924 7 $108,278,275
10 Philip Steuer $751,403,204 4 $187,850,801
11 Michael Sharp $740,525,962 3 $246,841,987
12 Gregor Wilson $682,408,014 3 $227,469,338
13 Mark Mostyn $644,856,935 3 $214,952,312
14 Barbara Kelly $621,436,755 6 $103,572,793
15 David Witz $601,881,241 5 $120,376,248
16 Denis L. Stewart $593,355,447 4 $148,338,862
17 Leigh Shanta $559,181,092 7 $79,883,013
18 Brigitte Yorke $554,050,200 3 $184,683,400
19 Lyn Lucibello-Brancatella $547,650,130 6 $91,275,022
20 Stewart Bethune $542,748,478 3 $180,916,159
21 Callum McDougall $537,050,906 4 $134,262,727
22 Doug Merrifield $534,880,367 4 $133,720,092
23 Zane Weiner $532,876,097 3 $177,625,366
24 Patrick McCormick $529,884,589 9 $58,876,065
25 Michele Imperato Stabile $519,554,315 5 $103,910,863
26 Gerald R. Molen $501,686,489 5 $100,337,298
27 Jan Foster $484,754,374 5 $96,950,875
28 Margaret Hilliard $479,988,734 6 $79,998,122
29 Ross Fanger $474,772,631 3 $158,257,544
30 Joseph M. Caracciolo $473,572,315 2 $236,786,158
31 Mark Kamine $468,520,065 4 $117,130,016
32 David Siegel $464,934,450 4 $116,233,613
33 Garrett Grant $463,555,043 6 $77,259,174
34 Joseph E. Iberti $451,088,629 6 $75,181,438
35 JoAnn Perritano $446,274,032 4 $111,568,508
36 Steven Harding $439,101,408 3 $146,367,136
37 Joan Bradshaw $437,789,145 6 $72,964,858
38 Tim Coddington $433,332,447 2 $216,666,224
39 Marcus Viscidi $430,995,359 3 $143,665,120
40 Dana Robin $413,366,907 5 $82,673,381
41 Daniel Lupi $408,792,108 9 $45,421,345
42 Carl Clifford $407,820,027 4 $101,955,007
43 John J. Kelly $396,159,698 3 $132,053,233
44 Jason Clark $395,162,338 3 $131,720,779
45 Simone Goodridge $394,532,226 4 $98,633,057
46 David J. Grant $373,524,485 1 $373,524,485
47 Bernard Bellew $373,190,860 3 $124,396,953
48 Sarah Bradshaw $365,255,721 4 $91,313,930
49 Bill Badalato $362,046,400 6 $60,341,067
50 Marcei A. Brown $358,720,665 5 $71,744,133
51 Herbert W. Gains $357,015,585 7 $51,002,226
52 Carla Raij $356,315,357 3 $118,771,786
53 Michael Tadross $355,995,385 6 $59,332,564
54 Clayton Townsend $354,317,745 2 $177,158,873
55 Stuart Besser $353,885,099 9 $39,320,567
56 Charles Newirth $351,603,220 2 $175,801,610
57 Barbara A. Hall $350,759,411 9 $38,973,268
58 Bill Scott $350,646,562 6 $58,441,094
59 Lloyd Phillips $348,186,977 2 $174,093,489
60 Lenny Vullo $346,258,992 3 $115,419,664
61 Paul Deason $345,091,913 4 $86,272,978
62 Hermione Ninnim $344,173,384 2 $172,086,692
63 Kathleen McGill $335,407,101 6 $55,901,184
64 Nik Korda $333,172,112 1 $333,172,112
65 Robin M. Reelis $330,982,353 2 $165,491,177
66 Raymond Quinlan $329,317,394 6 $54,886,232
67 Wilson Colin $325,100,054 1 $325,100,054
68 Grant Hill $313,202,611 6 $52,200,435
69 Mack Bing $310,772,982 2 $155,386,491
70 Miki Herman $309,205,079 1 $309,205,079
71 Christopher V. Bromley $307,943,195 4 $76,985,799
72 George Manasse $307,922,120 3 $102,640,707
73 D. Scott Easton $306,480,498 3 $102,160,166
74 Stratton Leopold $305,761,981 3 $101,920,660
75 Bill Johnson $304,388,031 3 $101,462,677
76 LeeAnn Stonebreaker $298,184,490 3 $99,394,830
77 Robert Graf $295,652,754 7 $42,236,108
78 Michael Beugg $292,934,150 3 $97,644,717
79 Beth De Patie $291,784,505 2 $145,892,253
80 Christopher Cronyn $289,729,924 3 $96,576,641
81 Arturo Del Rio $286,365,924 3 $95,455,308
82 Allegra Clegg $286,105,528 4 $71,526,382
83 Sally French $284,821,351 3 $94,940,450
84 Richard Luke Rothschild $283,553,134 3 $94,517,711
85 Angus More Gordon $275,324,547 4 $68,831,137
86 Adam Merims $269,023,647 2 $134,511,824
87 Michael Polaire $268,344,197 7 $38,334,885
88 Barry Waldman $264,292,178 3 $88,097,393
89 Mary McLaglen $263,854,715 5 $52,770,943
90 Celia Costas $261,613,581 5 $52,322,716
91 Jim Fargo $260,000,000 1 $260,000,000
92 David Householter $257,465,362 5 $51,493,072
93 Rick A. Osako $257,377,217 4 $64,344,304
94 Robert J. Dohrmann $254,571,032 5 $50,914,206
95 Francesca Cingolani $253,539,988 2 $126,769,994
96 Marc S. Fischer $251,802,183 5 $50,360,437
97 Jeremy Johns $251,035,083 2 $125,517,542
98 Harvey Waldman $250,383,110 5 $50,076,622
99 Timothy M. Bourne $250,350,430 6 $41,725,072
100 Denise Pinckley $243,684,395 5 $48,736,879

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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