Thomas Rothman

Thomas Rothman Brief Biography

Thomas Edgar "Tom" Rothman (born November 21, 1954) is an American film executive and was recently named Chairman of a new joint venture with Sony Pictures to make movies and television under the TriStar banner called TriStar Productions. He was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fox Filmed Entertainment with Jim Gianopulos until his resignation on September 14, 2012, effective January 1. Rothman began at Fox in 1994 as the founder and President of Fox Searchlight and served the company for 18 years. Under his leadership, Fox had the best profit margins of any movie studio.

During Rothman's tenure, Fox films were nominated for over 150 Oscars and won three Best Picture Awards. The company also earned over $30 billion in the box office and made the two highest grossing films of all time, Titanic and Avatar. Rothman also hosted Fox Legacy, a television series in which he provided background and behind-the-scenes information regarding the making of films.

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