MARC ABRAHAM (Executive Producer) is president of Beacon Communications, one of the industry´s most innovative and aggressive production companies. Abraham formed Beacon in 1990 with Armyan Bernstein, the company´s chairman. Abraham also spearheaded the formation of Beacon Records, which has released five soundtracks that have sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

In 1997, Abraham executive produced the action-thriller Air Force One starring Harrison Ford, a worldwide hit which has earned $230 million to date. He produced A Thousand Acres, based on Jane Smiley´s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Jessica Lange and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Abraham also produced Playing God with David Duchovny, star of the hit television series The X-Files.

Abraham recently executive produced End of Days, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and For Love of the Game, starring Kevin Costner. He also produced Trippin,´ released by October Films earlier this year.

Abraham is currently producing two films: Cheer Fever, starring Kirsten Dunst and directed by Peyton Reed, and Family Man, starring Nicolas Cage for director Brett Ratner.