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Allan Loeb Net Worth

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Allan Loeb net worth:
$10 Million

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Allan Loeb information

Birth date: 1969-07-25
Birth place: Highland Park, Illinois, U.S.
Profession:Producer, Writer, Actor
Education:Ithaca College

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Allan Loeb net worth: He created, executive produced, and composed the television series New Amsterdam in 2008. He composed and created the movie Things We Lost in the Fire in 2007 and composed the movie 21 in 2008. Loeb composed and produced the picture The Switch in 2010 and composed the film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in 2010. He composed for the films The Dilemma in 2011, Only Go with It in 2011, Rock of Ages in 2012, and Here Comes the Boom in 2012. Loeb composed and produced the picture So Undercover in 2013 and made the picture The Abandoned in 2015. He composed and created the films The Space Between Us and Collateral Beauty in 2016. Loeb also starred in the 2004 movie Surviving Eden.



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Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Collateral Beauty2016producer pre-production
The Space Between Us2016executive producer filming
The Great Zucchini2013TV Series executive producer announced
Last Moment of Clarityproducer pre-production
The Abandoned2015executive producer
Murder in Manhattan2013TV Movie executive producer
So Undercover2012producer
Monster of the House2011TV Movie producer
Untitled Allan Loeb Project2011TV Movie executive producer
The Switch2010/Ico-producer
The Beast2009TV Series executive producer - 13 episodes
The More Things Change...2008TV Movie executive producer
New Amsterdam2008TV Series executive producer - 8 episodes
Me & Lee?2007TV Movie executive producer
Things We Lost in the Fire2007executive producer

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Collateral Beauty2016screenplay pre-production
The Space Between Us2016filming
Protectionscreenplay / story announced
The Machinescreenplay announced
Visibilitywritten by announced
...And She Was My Eve2013Video short
So Undercover2012written by
Here Comes the Boom2012written by
Rock of Ages2012screenplay
Just Go with It2011screenplay
The Dilemma2011written by
Untitled Allan Loeb Project2011TV Movie screenplay
The Switch2010/Iscreenplay
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps2010written by
The More Things Change...2008TV Movie
Streak2008Short screen story / screenplay
New AmsterdamTV Series 7 episodes, 2008 story - 1 episode, 2008
212008screenplay
Things We Lost in the Fire2007written by

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Surviving Eden2004Kurt Lowry

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Discussion About 'Things We Lost in the Fire'2008Video documentary short special thanks
Dummy2002special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Janela Indiscreta2013TV SeriesHimself
Femme Fatales2011TV SeriesHimself
A Discussion About 'Things We Lost in the Fire'2008Video documentary shortHimself - Screenwriter

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#Fact
1In 2004, Allan Loeb's career was struggling and his agent dropped him. Nearly broke, Loeb moved to New York to join Gamblers' Anonymous and to write his "Hail Mary" script. In March 2005, he returned with his script "The Only Living Boy in New York". The script became a hit within Hollywood's agency circuit and soon, Loeb was signed by CAA. While that script was being pitched around town, Loeb started writing his next script, "Things We Lost in the Fire". Then, in May 2005, "The Only Living Boy in New York" sold to Bona Fide Productions and Sony. Then in July 2005, Dreamworks purchased "Things We Lost in the Fire" from Loeb. Both scripts landed in the top four spots on the inaugural 2005 Black List of the Best Unproduced Scripts in Hollywood.
2In September 2010, Screenwriter Allan Loeb bought a two-bedroom apartment at 141 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City, for close to $3.9 million.
3After struggling for 3 years without a sale, Allan Loeb sold his spec script thriller "Protection" to Davis Entertainment and 20th Century Fox in 2001 for 'low-six figures against mid-six figures'.
4In 1998, Allan Loeb sold a pitch for a baseball dramedy with co-writer Steven Pearl titled "The 7th Game" to United Artists for 'low-six figures against mid-six figures'.
5Allan Loeb sold his first script in 1997 to DreamWorks Pictures. It was a romantic comedy titled "The Second Time Around" he sold as a pitch for 'low-six figures against mid-six figures'.


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