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J. Spink

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Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Feature Film

The Butterfly Effect, Monster‑in‑Law, A History of Violence, Zombeavers, Just Friends

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Jeffrey Christian "J. C." Spink (February 25, 1972 – April 18, 2017) was an American film producer.


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Early life

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J.C. Spink was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Bucknell University.


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Spink established Benderspink with partner Chris Bender in 1998 with American Pie in post-production and fourteen writer clients signed to their management company. Benderspink's film production arm had a deal with New Line Cinema for over two decades. Spink produced or exec-produced a wide variety of projects, including Cats & Dogs, The Ring franchise, The Butterfly Effect, Kyle XY (for television), Leap Year and A History of Violence, for which he and Bender received a Golden Globe Award nomination. BenderSpink continued to make diverse feature films over the past fifteen years including the romantic comedies Just Friends, starring Ryan Reynolds, Monster-in-Law, starring Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda, and Red Eye, directed by Wes Craven and starring Rachel McAdams.

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Spink served as an executive producer on the worldwide blockbuster comedies The Hangover franchise, We're the Millers and Ride Along with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart. Among Spink's recent projects is Criminal, with Kevin Costner.

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A young J. C. Spink (played by actors Cooper Roth and Zane Emory) was a recurring minor character in the first two seasons of the ABC comedy The Goldbergs. In addition, the real J. C. Spink has had cameos in two episodes. Spink was a real-life schoolmate of series creator Adam F. Goldberg. According to 'The Goldbergs', J. C bullied Adam till he saw the error of his ways.


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Spink died on April 18, 2017 in West Hollywood, California. On July 12, 2017, the Los Angeles County coroner's office ruled that his death was caused by an accidental drug overdose.

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