|Born||June 29, 1930 |
New York, U.S.
Robert Evans started off as an actor and eventually became a film producer. Charles Bluhdorn, head of the Gulf+Western, made Evans vice president of Paramount Pictures and as Head of Production he oversaw the production of The Godfather. During this time he made Paramount the most successful studio in Hollywood and transformed it into a very profitable enterprise for Gulf+Western. He later became an independent film producer.
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