Most Wanted: About The Filmmakers

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DAVID GLENN HOGAN (Director) makes his feature film directorial encore with Most Wanted.

Hogan began his career as the second unit director for Batman Forever and Alien 3, after honing his skills on music videos, such as Sheryl Crow's "Leaving Las Vegas" and a number of Melissa Etheridge videos.

ERIC L. GOLD (Producer) began his long association with Keenen Ivory Wayans as producer debut of the actor's 1989 sleeper I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. Gold then went on to produce the Emmy Award winning series "In Living Color," and feature films Mo' Money, A Low Down Dirty Shame, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, and Bulletproof as well as the upcoming Rocketman starring Harland Williams for Walt Disney Pictures and Senseless starring Marlon Wayans, David Spade, and Rip Torn for Miramax. In addition, Gold is currently executive producer for "The Wayans Bros." television series for Warner Bros. Television and "The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show" for Buena Vista Television.

Through the Gold/Miller Company, Gold guides the careers of Keenen Ivory Wayans, Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Jennifer Lopez, Harland Williams Mary Stuart Masterson and Matthew Lillard. With his partner Jimmy Miller, Gold also manages the career of Jim Carrey.

TONY MARK (Executive Producer/UPM) brings his vast production experience to Most Wanted, having worked on such blockbuster hits as The Mirror Has Two Faces and Desperado. He also earned producing credits on the feature films Eight Seconds, Nowhere to Run, The Fisher King and Zelly and Me.

Mark has an extensive television background, producing made-for-television movies such as "Divorce Blues," as well as "Go Tell It On the Mountain" and "The Joy That Kills for American Playhouse." In addition, he has created and written several film and television projects with his partner, Sue Jett.

MARK RESHOVSKY's (Director of Photography) previous feature credits include Set It Off, Red Rock West, Wild Orchid 2, the Japan sequence of Madonna's Truth or Dare documentary, as well as The Grifters and Eight Men Out. His work includes the Academy Award-winning live-action short films Trevor and Lieberman in Love, and the pilot for Red Shoe Diaries, which earned him an Ace Award for Best Cinematography.

Reshovsky has shot numerous music videos, including Sting's "Demolition Man," Billy Joel's "Lullaby," Ice Cube's "You Know How We Do It," En Vogue's "Free Your Mind" (nominated for an MTV Music Award), Prince's "Bat Dance," Tom Petty's "Free Falling," among many others.

JEAN-PHILIPPE CARP (Production Designer) brings an impressive list of feature film, music video and commercial credits to Most Wanted, many of which he worked on with director David Glenn Hogan. His feature credits include Barb Wire, French Exit and Destiny Turns on the Radio.

For his exceptional work on Delicatessen, he earned him a 1992 Cesar Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Production Design. Carp has worked on music videos with artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Dave Matthews Band, Toni Braxton and Goo Goo Dolls, as well as the CD-ROM version of "Johnny Mnemonic."

ILEANE C. MELTZER (Costume Designer) has designed wardrobes for many feature fiilms, including Mad Dog Time, The Tuskeegee Airmen, The Warrior of Waverly Street and The Walking Dead. Her other film credits include Men of War, The Hidden II, Beyond the Law, The Harvest, The People Under the Stairs, Wild Orchid and Love or Money. Meltzer has also served as costume designer on television movies and theatre productions.

MICHAEL J. DUTHIE (Film Editor) adds Most Wanted to a long list of credits that include First Strike, Rumble in the Bronx, Johnny Mnemonic and Stargate. He has also lent his talents to Kingpin, Tombstone, Universal Soldier, Eyes of the Storm and Delta Force II.

MARK HELFRICH (Film Editor) has cut an impressive list of feature film credits including The Juror, Striking Distance, Showgirls, Nowhere To Run, The Last Boy Scout, Action Jackson, The Predator, Rambo: First Blood Part II and Jumpin' Jack Flash. Most recently, he lent his skills to Brett Ratner's Money Talks, starring Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen

His numerous television credits include "The Avenging Angel" for TNT, "Shake, Rattle & Rock!" for Showtime and HBO's "Tales From The Crypt."

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