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Stanley O'Toole (Stanley James Viincent O'Toole) was born on 16 January, 1939, is a British film producer. Discover Stanley O'Toole's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Stanley O'Toole networth?

Popular As Stanley James Viincent O'Toole
Occupation producer,production_manager,director
Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 16 January 1939
Birthday 16 January
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Date of death June 12, 2004
Died Place N/A
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Who Is Stanley O'Toole's Wife?

His wife is Rachel Gurwitsch (21 March 1970 - ?) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Alice Mckenzie (2 February 1962 - ?) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

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Stanley O'Toole Net Worth

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Sphinx (1981)$250,000

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1981

Stanley served as Executive Producer on Outland, released in 1981, starring Sean Connery. It was nominated for an Academy Award. The 1980s saw Stanley produce other big budget productions such as Enemy Mine, starring Dennis Quaid and Louis Gossett, Jr., and Schaffner's Lionheart, starring Gabriel Byrne.

1980

In the late 1980s, Stanley was made managing director of Village Roadshow, based in Australia. He took over from Dino De Laurentiis, who almost brought the studio to an early end. During his time at Village Roadshow, Stanley oversaw the production of numerous films, including The Delinquents, Quigley Down Under, Hurricane Smith, Bloodmoon and Dead Sleep.

1978

Schaffner's The Boys from Brazil, released in 1978, based on Ira Levin's best-selling novel, starred Sir Laurence Olivier, Gregory Peck and James Mason. It was the story of Joseph Mengele's (played by Gregory Peck) attempt to resurrect Adolf Hitler through cloning, and attempts made by Nazi hunter Ezra Leiberman (played by Sir Laurence Olivier) to stop him. The film was shot in various locations including Vienna, Austria, Shepperton Studios, England, Portugal and the US.

1977

A close friend of Stanley's was Sir Laurence Olivier, who appeared in two of his films. On 5 December 1977, Franklin J. Schaffner, Sir Laurence Olivier and Gregory Peck were each awarded an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters from Franklin & Marshall College. Due to illness Sir Laurence was unable to accept his award, so, with permission of Queen Elizabeth II and the British Embassy, Stanley represented Sir Laurence in accepting his award.

1976

1976 saw the release of Academy Award-nominated The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, on which Stanley was associate producer. It was received well by critics, Variety said it was "an outstanding film" and Rotten Tomatoes give it a 90% rating.

1975

In 1975, Stanley was associate producer on Operation Daybreak for Warner Bros. Directed by Lewis Gilbert, it was shot mostly on location in Prague and was based on the true story of the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich.

1970

In 1970, Stanley started a film production company with two friends – Gareth Wigan and David Hemmings. Based in London, it was called "Wigan Hemmings O'Toole". Films produced include Unman, Wittering and Zigo and Running Scared.

1966

Stanley was installed as chief cost accountant for Paramount Pictures Europe division in 1966. In 1967, he was promoted to Head of Production for Paramount Pictures in Europe. He oversaw European production of various films including Downhill Racer and The Italian Job. During his tenure at Paramount, he reported to Charles Bludhorn, and worked closely with Robert Evans.

1959

Stanley O'Toole entered the film industry, accidentally, in 1959, as a payroll clerk for the Rank Organisation. He had travelled to Pinewood Studios with a friend who was applying for a job He climbed the studio wall and saw a job advertised in the Rank Payroll Department.

1939

Stanley O'Toole (1939–2004) was a British film producer. His best known productions include: The Boys from Brazil, Enemy Mine, Quigley Down Under, and Outland. O'Toole has produced works for the top studios in the world including, Columbia, Paramount, Warner Bros., MGM, Universal, and 20th Century Fox.