|Date of Birth||1960, Yonkers, New York, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Declan Baldwin began his motion picture career as a production assistant in New York City. Having completed more than forty film and television productions since then, he has worked in almost every capacity and genre. He is the founding partner of the New York based production company Big Indie Pictures.
His most recent feature films include: Manchester by the Sea (Exec Producer); Kenny Lonergan's return to feature film as both writer and director. Casey Affleck stars, with amazing support from Michele Williams and Kyle Chandler. Still Alice (Co-Producer), based on the best selling novel by Lisa Genova and written for the screen and directed by Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer. Still Alice stars Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart. Julianne Moore walked away with this years Best Actress Oscar for this performance. Danny Collins (Exec Producer), written and directed by Dan Fogelman. Al Pacino stars as an aging rock star trying to connect with his grown son (Bobby Cannavale) for the first time. Captain Fantastic (Exec Producer), written and directed by Matt Ross. ShivHans Pictures and Electric City Ent. present Viggo Mortensen as a man living "off the grid" with six children.
In addition, Declan has recently been a Producer on Last of Robin Hood and a Co-Producer on both At Any Price and Innocence. Each of these productions were writer/director driven and most of them were made in association with Big Indie Pictures.
Declan's television credits as a producer include two prime-time specials for NBC and the HBO Original Films production of The Laramie Project. Both NBC specials centered on the history of Saturday Night Live and were directed by the awarding winning documentary filmmaker Ken Bowser. The first of these, "Time and Again" was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Nonfiction Special. The Laramie Project was nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards and received a National Board of Review Award for Best Film Made for Cable Television. For his efforts on The Laramie Project, Declan was one of the 2002 Emmy nominees for Outstanding Made for Television Movie, and a David L. Wolper Producer of the Year nominee at the 2003 Producers Guild Awards.
On the heels The Laramie Project, Declan served as Co-Producer on Far From Heaven with writer/director Todd Haynes and Killer Films producer Christine Vachon. Far From Heaven received four Oscar nominations in 2003 and swept the Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Feature Film. Other producing credits include Adventureland, The Dark Half, Rough Magic and many other feature films. He is a native New Yorker and a long-standing member of both the DGA (Directors Guild of America) and the PGA (Producers Guild of America).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kelsey Egan