Tucker Tooley is a noted film producer and CEO of Tucker Tooley Entertainment, which he founded in 2016. His films have earned more than $1.2 billion at the domestic box office.
Most recently, Tooley was President of Relativity Media. Under Tooley’s leadership, the film studio earned numerous Oscar® and Golden Globe ® nominations, and he was instrumental in the launch of the company’s television division which, in 2015, sold to private equity firms for $125 million.
At Relativity Studios, Tooley oversaw and executive produced David O. Russell’s The Fighter, which earned seven Oscar nominations, won two Oscars, and grossed $130 million worldwide.
Additionally, Tooley executive produced Immortals, which grossed $227 million worldwide, Neil Burger’s Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper, the action-thriller Act of Valor, Nicholas Sparks’ Dear John, starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried, and Nicholas Sparks’ Safe Haven, directed by Oscar nominated Lasse Hallstrom, all of which opened number one at the U.S. box office.
Tooley also produced the blockbuster summer hit We’re the Millers, which grossed $270 million worldwide.
Prior, Tooley served as CEO of Tooley Productions, where he produced television shows such as Skip Tracer for CBS, directed by Oscar nominated Stephen Frears, feature films such as Shadowboxer, from Oscar nominated director Lee Daniels, and critically acclaimed Ric Roman Waugh’s Felon.
Tooley is a Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences as well as a longstanding member of the Producers Guild of America. He earned his B.A. at the University of California, Santa Barbara and in 2009 was named “Executive of the Year” by the Ischia Global Film Festival.