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Steve Starkey

Best known as a Producer based on credits in that role in 15 films, with $3,113,380,171 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #60)
Best-known technical roles: Forrest Gump (Producer), Cast Away (Producer), The Polar Express (Producer), Disney’s A Christmas Carol (Producer), Forrest Gump (Second Unit Director)
Most productive collaborators: Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke, Tom Hanks, Alan Silvestri, Don Burgess

  1. Summary
  2. Acting Credits
  3. Technical Credits

Career Summary


  MoviesDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
In Technical RolesProducer15$1,561,179,227$1,552,200,944$3,113,380,171
Second Unit Director5$661,369,092$756,368,866$1,417,737,958
Associate Producer3$360,617,777$566,970,877$927,588,654
Executive Producer1$85,463,309$178,417,032$263,880,341
Second Unit Camera1$93,772,375$66,786,063$160,558,438
Co-Producer1$2,280,148$0$2,280,148

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All Technical Credits


Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
11/21/2018 The Women of Marwen Producer $0 $0 $0
11/23/2016 Allied Producer $40,098,064 $79,421,959 $119,520,023
9/30/2015 The Walk Producer,
Second Unit Director 
$10,161,183 $51,035,862 $61,197,045
11/2/2012 Flight Producer,
Second Unit Camera 
$93,772,375 $66,786,063 $160,558,438
10/7/2011 Real Steel Executive Producer $85,463,309 $178,417,032 $263,880,341
3/11/2011 Mars Needs Moms Producer $21,392,758 $18,157,000 $39,549,758
11/6/2009 Disney’s A Christmas Carol Producer,
Second Unit Director 
$137,855,863 $177,853,834 $315,709,697
11/16/2007 Beowulf Producer,
Second Unit Director 
$82,280,579 $112,800,000 $195,080,579
7/21/2006 Monster House Producer $73,661,010 $67,606,360 $141,267,370
11/10/2004 The Polar Express Producer $186,493,587 $124,140,582 $310,634,169
9/12/2003 Matchstick Men Producer $36,873,198 $22,292,102 $59,165,300
12/22/2000 Cast Away Producer $233,632,142 $193,598,374 $427,230,516
7/21/2000 What Lies Beneath Producer $155,464,351 $133,229,638 $288,693,989
7/11/1997 Contact Producer,
Second Unit Director 
$100,920,329 $64,979,671 $165,900,000
7/6/1994 Forrest Gump Second Unit Director,
Producer 
$330,151,138 $349,699,499 $679,850,637
7/31/1992 Death Becomes Her Producer $58,422,650 $90,600,000 $149,022,650
3/20/1992 Noises Off... Co-Producer $2,280,148 $0 $2,280,148
5/24/1990 Back to the Future Part III Associate Producer $88,055,283 $156,033,371 $244,088,654
11/22/1989 Back to the Future Part II Associate Producer $118,450,002 $213,549,998 $332,000,000
6/22/1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Associate Producer $154,112,492 $197,387,508 $351,500,000
Movies: 20Totals:$2,009,540,461$2,297,588,853$4,307,129,314
  Averages:$100,477,023$114,879,443$215,356,466


Producer Credits


Release
Date
TitleOpening
Weekend
Box Office
Max
Theater
Count
Domestic
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
Domestic
Share
11/21/2018 The Women of Marwen $0 0 $0 $0 0.0%
11/23/2016 Allied $12,701,743 3,160 $40,098,064 $119,520,023 33.5%
9/30/2015 The Walk $1,560,299 2,509 $10,161,183 $61,197,045 16.6%
11/2/2012 Flight $24,900,566 2,638 $93,772,375 $160,558,438 58.4%
3/11/2011 Mars Needs Moms $6,914,488 3,117 $21,392,758 $39,549,758 54.1%
11/6/2009 Disney’s A Christmas Carol $30,051,075 3,683 $137,855,863 $315,709,697 43.7%
11/16/2007 Beowulf $27,515,871 3,249 $82,280,579 $195,080,579 42.2%
7/21/2006 Monster House $22,217,226 3,553 $73,661,010 $141,267,370 52.1%
11/10/2004 The Polar Express $23,325,035 3,650 $186,493,587 $310,634,169 60.0%
9/12/2003 Matchstick Men $13,087,307 2,711 $36,873,198 $59,165,300 62.3%
12/22/2000 Cast Away $28,883,406 3,061 $233,632,142 $427,230,516 54.7%
7/21/2000 What Lies Beneath $29,702,959 2,925 $155,464,351 $288,693,989 53.9%
7/11/1997 Contact $20,584,908 2,314 $100,920,329 $165,900,000 60.8%
7/6/1994 Forrest Gump $24,450,602 2,365 $330,151,138 $679,850,637 48.6%
7/31/1992 Death Becomes Her $12,110,355 1,866 $58,422,650 $149,022,650 39.2%
Movies: 15Totals:  $1,561,179,227$3,113,380,171 
 Averages:$18,533,7232,720$104,078,615$207,558,67848.6%



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