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Ben Silverman Biography
Ben Silverman is an American media executive, born (Benjamin Noah Silverman) on August 15, 1970, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, U.S. He is known as the Co-CEO and Chairman of the entertainment production company Propagate. He is the producer of the film Hands of Stone starring Edgar Ramirez, Robert De Niro, and Usher, and was released theatrically in North America on August 26, 2016, through The Weinstein Company.
Ben Silverman Age
Silverman was born (Benjamin Noah Silverman) on August 15, 1970, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, U.S. He is 48 years old as of 2018.
Ben Silverman Family
Silverman is the son of a mother, Mary Delson Silverman, and father, Stanley Silverman. Mary was an actress and programming executive whose career included employment at the Disney Channel, BBC, USA Network, Lifetime Television, and Court TV while his father, Stanley, is an award-winning music composer/arranger.
Ben Silverman Wife
In December 2010, Silverman married a real estate agent.
Ben Silverman Height
Silverman is approximately 1.90 m.
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Ben Silverman Career
He had summer temporary positions at Warner Bros., and after school in 1993, worked at CBS and afterward worked for Brandon Tartikoff at New World Entertainment. He worked for the William Morris Agency beginning in 1995; Silverman was accountable for the universal bundling division, where he was the organization’s most youthful division head, bundling in excess of 25 TV arrangement, including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The Weakest Link, Big Brother, and Queer as Folk. He worked for William Morris Agency until 2002, when he left to establish Reveille.
Silverman is the originator of Reveille, a TV, film, and theater generation, and dispersion organization presently possessed by Shine Limited under News Corporation. He established Reveille in 2002 so as to abuse worldwide organizations by offering them in the United States. Through his work at Reveille, he is the official maker of such shows as NBC’s The Office, The Restaurant, The Biggest Loser, and ABC’s Ugly Betty, just as a few links appear, including Nashville Star, on USA Network, 30 Days on FX, MTV’s Parental Control and Date My Mom, Blow Out on Bravo, and House of Boateng on the Sundance Channel.
Columnist Michael Wolff composed a 2001 profile of Silverman in New York Magazine a year prior to he established Reveille. “In some sense, he resembles those kid prodigies of the nineties who created new budgetary instruments – garbage bonds and subordinates and so forth. The revelation and promoting of another organization are truly similar to that. It’s making something that is debatable and transferable and that individuals have faith in profoundly – it takes care of every one of their issues. Presently, clearly, there is sure outdated nature to these configurations (with garbage bonds you had inescapable liquidations). What’s more, Ben, obviously, is as of now looking the world for new configurations. Theatrical presentations may be a probability,” Wolff composed.
Silverman was named co-director of NBC Entertainment in 2007 (alongside Marc Graboff), succeeding Kevin Reilly. That equivalent year, Silverman was the principal maker since Norman Lear, 34 years sooner, to have two shows selected for an Emmy in the best satire class (The Office and Ugly Betty). He is credited for his job in sparing the widely praised however low-evaluated NBC show Friday Night Lights by hitting a creative arrangement with DirecTV. The satellite TV supplier consented to take on a generous measure of the show’s generation spending plan in return for selective first-window airing rights on its 101 station. NBC would then repurpose the scenes to be circulated on the system later in the season.
On July 27, 2009, Silverman declared he was leaving NBC to shape another organization, Electus, with Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp that will create and circulate programs crosswise over media stages, for TV, the Web and cell phones. As a component of its commencement, IAC joined forces Electus with the intelligent satire entryway CollegeHumor. In January 2010, Silverman and Electus joined forces with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett to dispatch their support driven promoting and advanced creation organization DumbDumb. Electus likewise has associations with 5×5 and DiGa. On May 8, 2014, The CW reported a first season request for Silverman’s new network show Jane The Virgin.
Silverman had an appearance in the primary scene of the fifth period of the network show Entourage. Silverman read a solitary line in which he communicated irritation at Johnny Drama squandering his time. Silverman had an appearance in the fifth scene of the ninth period of the TV program The Office. Silverman plays Jim’s colleagues.
Ben Silverman Filmography
- Charmed 2018, Executive producer
- Haunted 2018, Executive producer
- Planet of the Apps 2017, Executive producer
- Lore 2017, Executive producer
- Hands of Stone 2016, Executive producer
- No Tomorrow 2016, Executive producer
- Breaking Greenville 2015, Executive producer
- Jane the Virgin 2014–present, Executive producer
- Killer Women 2014, Executive producer
- Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls 2011–present, Executive producer
- Mob Wives 2011–2016, Executive producer
- King of the Nerds 2011–2015, Executive producer
- MacGruber 2010, Co-executive producer
- Kath & Kim 2008–2009, Executive producer
- The Tudors 2007–2010, Co-creator / Executive producer
- Ugly Betty 2006–2011, Executive producer
- The Office 2005–2011, Executive producer
- The Biggest Loser 2005–2011, Co-creator / Executive producer
- 30 Days 2005–2008, Executive producer
- Nashville Star 2003-2008, Executive producer
- The Restaurant 2003-2004, Executive producer
Ben Silverman Net Worth
Silverman as an American media executive has an estimated net worth of $60 million.