Эндрью Стивенс (Stevens, Andrew)
Date of Birth
10 June 1955, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Herman Andrew Stephens
Andrew Stevens, President/CEO of Andrew Stevens Entertainment and Stevens Entertainment Group, has produced and/or financed over one hundred and seventy films through his various production and distribution companies. Unique in the motion picture industry, Stevens has functioned in almost every capacity in the entertainment business, from creative development of motion picture stories and screenplays, to foreign sales, distribution, post-production, deliveries and collections. He is an accomplished screen writer, director, as well as prolific producer, and was a successful actor for more than 20 years.
Active since January of 2003, his company has developed, produced and/or arranged the financing for more than twenty-five motion pictures, including 7 Seconds (2005) (V) and The Marksman (2005) (V), both starring Wesley Snipes, Black Dawn (2005) (V) starring Steven Seagal, Pursued (2004) starring Christian Slater, Blessed (2004) starring Heather Graham, Method (2004), starring Elizabeth Hurley, and Silent Partner (2005), starring Tara Reid.
From 1997 through 2002, Stevens co-founded, and served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Franchise Pictures, an independent film production and distribution company with a domestic theatrical output deal with Warner Bros. During his five-and-a-half tenure at Franchise, Mr. Stevens produced or executive produced and provided the finance or co-finance for more than 60 feature films including the enormously successful The Whole Nine Yards (2000), and its sequel The Whole Ten Yards (2004), both starring Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry, The In-Laws (2003/I), starring Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks, Angel Eyes (2001) starring Jennifer Lopez and James Caviezel, City by the Sea (2002) starring Robert De Niro, The Pledge (2001) starring Jack Nicholson, 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001), starring Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell, Half Past Dead (2002) starring Steven Seagal.
Stevens serves on the board of directors of the International Film and Television Alliance (the former American Film Marketing Association), and until recently served as Chairman of the Independent Producers Association (IPA), which is, among other things, active in collective bargaining for independent producers and film companies.
As an actor, Andrew Stevens showed great promise in the late 70s as the son of veteran actress Stella Stevens, getting a glimpse of it all as a child extra in one of his mother's pictures The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963). In 1976, he appeared once again in one of his mom's movies Las Vegas Lady (1975), this time as an adult, and the die was cast. The compactly handsome youth with doe-like eyes and boyish, chiseled features moved quickly to young hunk status in such films as Massacre at Central High (1976), The Fury (1978) and The Boys in Company C (1978). Although he continues performing in some of his productions, such as Pursued (2004) and Pop Star (2006), his producing duties far outweigh his output these days as an actor.
Through 1993, Stevens was a successful award-winning actor, including a Golden Globe nomination and the Star of Tomorrow award from the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) starring in over 80 feature films and/or television series.
Kate Jackson (23 August 1978 - 4 January 1980) (divorced)
Robyn Stevens (19?? - present) 3 children
Alternate Name: Hugh Janus