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Ray Stark (1915–2004)


Ray Stark was born on October 3, 1915 in New York City, New York, USA as Raymond Otto Stark. He was a producer, known for Annie (1982), Steel Magnolias (1989) and Murder by Death (1976). He was married to Frances Brice (Arnstein). He died on January 17, 2004 in West Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 5 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Annie Producer
(1982)
Steel Magnolias Producer
(1989)
Murder by Death Producer
(1976)
Funny Girl Producer
(1968)

Filmography

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 1993 Lost in Yonkers (producer)
 1993 Barbarians at the Gate (TV Movie) (producer)
 1990 Steel Magnolias (TV Movie) (co-executive producer)
 1989 Steel Magnolias (producer - produced by)
 1988 Biloxi Blues (producer)
 1986 Brighton Beach Memoirs (producer)
 1985 The Slugger's Wife (producer)
 1982 The Toy (producer)
 1982 Annie (producer)
 1980 Seems Like Old Times (producer)
 1980 Somewhere in Time (producer - uncredited)
 1979 The Electric Horseman (producer)
 1979 Chapter Two (producer)
 1978 California Suite (producer)
 1978 The Cheap Detective (producer)
 1978 Casey's Shadow (producer)
 1977 The Goodbye Girl (producer)
 1976 Murder by Death (producer)
 1976 Robin and Marian (executive producer - uncredited)
 1975 The Black Bird (executive producer)
 1975/I The Sunshine Boys (producer)
 1975 Funny Lady (producer)
 1975 Funny Girl to Funny Lady (TV Special documentary) (producer)
 1973 The Way We Were (producer)
 1972 Fat City (producer)
 1972 To Find a Man (executive producer - uncredited)
 1970 The Owl and the Pussycat (producer - produced by)
 1968 Funny Girl (producer)
 1967 Reflections in a Golden Eye (producer)
 1966 Arrivederci, Baby! (producer)
 1966 This Property Is Condemned (producer)
 1964 The Night of the Iguana (producer)
 1960 The World of Suzie Wong (executive producer)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

The Owl and the Pussycat (1964). Comedy. See more »

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1 Print Biography | 3 Articles | See more »
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Personal Quote:

How could [David] Puttnam say the American dream is dead? He spent one year here and left with millions of dollars. Only in America!

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Was nominated for two Tony Awards in 1964: as Best Producer (Musical) as a producer of Best Musical nominee "Funny Girl." See more »

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