|Born||in Detroit, Michigan, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Gene Corman preceded his more-famous brother Roger in the film business, working as a motion picture agent. Beginning in 1956, he and Roger joined forces as producers to make such films as "Hot Car Girl", "Night of the Blood Beast", "Attack of the Giant Leeches" and "Beast from Haunted Cave" for distributors like AIP, Allied Artists and Roger's own Filmgroup. Gene returned to the exploitation field in the early '70s at MGM when he produced several blaxploitation features such as "Hit Man" and "The Slams" as well as the kinky "Private Parts". His more mainstream credits include "Tobruk, " "F.I.S.T." and "The Big Red One." He was for a time vice-president of 20th Century-Fox Television.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Weaver <TomWeavr@aol.com>
|Nan||(? - present)|