Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||February 28, 1943|
|Fact||One of the founding members of Castle Rock Entertainment along with Rob Reiner, among others. The company produced such acclaimed films as A Few Good Men (1992) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). Horn became President & COO of Warners in 1999.|
Alan F. Horn is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Studios. He is responsible for the overall operations of the studio, including the development and production of live-action and animated motion pictures, home entertainment, music and soundtracks, and live stage plays. He also oversees the Studio’s marketing, licensing and consumer products businesses.
Horn was born in 1943 in New York City. He is the son of a Jewish father and a Catholic mother. His father was a successful businessman and his mother was a homemaker. Horn was raised in the Bronx and attended public schools. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in English literature.
After college, Horn began his career in the entertainment industry as an assistant at William Morris Agency. He later worked as an executive at Warner Bros. and as President of Castle Rock Entertainment. In 2012, Horn was appointed Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios.
Under Horn’s leadership, The Walt Disney Studios has released some of the highest-grossing films of all time, including “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King,” “Frozen” and “Black Panther.” The studio has also produced critical and commercial hits such as “Get Out,” “Coco,” “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Avengers: Infinity War.”
Horn has been married to his wife, Cindy, for over 40 years. They have two children together.
Net worth: Alan F. Horn has a net worth of $100 million.
Salary: As Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Studios, Horn earns a base salary of $2 million per year. He also receives annual bonuses and stock awards that can increase his total compensation to over $20 million per year.
Significant earnings: In 2017, Horn earned a total compensation of $26.2 million, which included a base salary of $2 million, a $5 million bonus, $17.7 million in stock awards and $1.5 million in other compensation.
Physical characteristics: Alan F. Horn is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 175 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
|Full Name||Alan F. Horn|
|Date Of Birth||February 28, 1943|
|Profession||Film producer, Businessperson|
|Education||Union College, Harvard Business School|
|Awards||PGA Milestone Award|
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|1||Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios [December 2013].|
|2||Father, with Cindy Harrell, of actress Cody Horn and Cassidy Horn.|
|3||One of the founding members of Castle Rock Entertainment along with Rob Reiner, among others. The company produced such acclaimed films as A Few Good Men (1992) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). Horn became President & COO of Warners in 1999.|
|4||President and COO, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc [October 1999]|
|5||Hosted Salon Seminars at his house, with his wife Cindy Harrell, during the late 1980s, for the USC Institute for the Study of Women and Men in Society.|
|One Day at a Time||1978-1982||TV Series production supervisor - 76 episodes|
|The Facts of Life||1979-1981||TV Series production supervisor - 29 episodes|
|Sanford||1980-1981||TV Series production supervisor - 26 episodes|
|Diff'rent Strokes||1978-1981||TV Series production supervisor - 65 episodes|
|The Jeffersons||1978-1981||TV Series production supervisor - 68 episodes|
|Joe's World||1980||TV Series production supervisor - 1 episode|
|Hello, Larry||1979-1980||TV Series production supervisor - 38 episodes|
|Archie Bunker's Place||1979-1980||TV Series production supervisor - 24 episodes|
|Hanging In||1979||TV Series production supervisor|
|All in the Family||1978-1979||TV Series production supervisor - 23 episodes|
|Good Times||TV Series production supervisor - 23 episodes, 1978 - 1979 unit manager - 1 episode, 1979|
|Apple Pie||1978||TV Series production supervisor|
|The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug||2013||executive producer|
|The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey||2012||executive producer|
|Archie Bunker's Place||1980-1981||TV Series executive producer - 23 episodes|
|Rabid Rider||2010||Short special thanks - as Alan F. Horn|
|Taking Woodstock||2009||special thanks|
|Tales from the Warner Bros. Lot||2013||Documentary||Himself|
|In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber||2011||TV Series|
|Gala Tribute AFI's 40th Anniversary||2007||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Paul Ryan Show||1977||TV Series||Himself|
|Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You||2016||Documentary||Himself|
|Kathleen Kennedy 2013 Pioneer of the Year Award Tribute Reel||2013||Documentary short||Himself|
|2008||Milestone Award||PGA Awards|
|2006||Showmanship Award||Publicists Guild of America||Motion Picture|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia