Gene Corman

Eugene Harold "Gene" Corman (born September 24, 1927) is an American film producer and agent. He is the younger brother of Roger Corman.

Gene Corman
Eugene Harold Corman

(1927-09-24) September 24, 1927
OccupationProducer, agent


Corman entered the film industry before his brother, working as an agent. He became vice president of MCA, representing such clients as Joan Crawford, Fred MacMurray, Richard Conte, Harry Belafonte, and Ray Milland.

He moved into producing in the late 1950s, making a number of movies with Bernard L. Kowalski and Robert L. Lippert as well as his brother.

In the early 1970s, he had his own producing unit at MGM. He later became vice-president of 20th Century Fox Television.[1]



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