Michael Rosenberg is an American film industry executive and producer. is the Co-Chair of Imagine Entertainment, founded by producer Brian Grazer and director Ron Howard.
Michael Rosenberg (film producer) Wikipedia
In 1980 Rosenberg was executive vice president of Fantasy Films. Rosenberg was President of the Saul Zaentz Production Company and Fantasy Films in Berkeley, California for ten years, during wbich time the company released One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Amadeus, and The English Patient.
Rosenberg joined Imagine Entertainment in 1988 as Vice President of Marketing and Distribution. He organized the release of many films, including Parenthood, Backdraft, Apollo 13, Ransom and The Nutty Professor.
In 1998, Rosenberg was promoted to President of Imagine Entertainment. He continued to oversee the marketing, publicity and distribution of the company's films including Best Picture Oscar winner A Beautiful Mind, as well as 8 Mile, Friday Night Lights, Inside Man, The Da Vinci Code, American Gangster, Frost / Nixon, J. Edgar and Rush and television programs including Fox's hit Golden Globe and Emmy award winning Best Drama Series 24, Fox's Emmy award winning Best Comedy Arrested Development, WB's Felicity, ABC's SportsNight, NBC's Friday Night Lights and Parenthood as well as HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon", which won the Emmy for Outstanding Mini-Series.
In 2012, Rosenberg co-produced the 84th Academy Awards show for ABC, and produced Katy Perry: Part of Me. In 2016 he was part of the production team for the National Geographic series Mars.
Rosenberg has been actively involved with multiple philanthropic organizations including The Fulfillment Fund, UCLA Medical School, USC Film School, The American Film Institute, The Help Group, Best Buddies, and the Sloan Kettering Cancer Research.