Todd Darren Lieberman is an American film producer. He co-founded Mandeville Films with David Hoberman in 1995. Mandeville has produced several notable films, including The Fighter, which won two Academy Awards in 2010.
Life and career:
Lieberman grew up in Lyndhurst and Pepper Pike, Ohio and graduated from Hawken School. He performed with local theatre groups in Ohio before moving to Los Angeles in 1995. He began there with acting and then moved on to writing, directing and producing.
Lieberman co-founded Mandeville Films with David Hoberman in 1995. He also earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. Lieberman was senior vice president for international finance at production company Hyde Park Entertainment, which produced and co-financed such films as Anti-Trust, Bandits and Moonlight Mile. Lieberman established himself at international sales and distribution company Summit Entertainment, where he progressed thanks to championing the independent film Memento and acquiring the rights to American Pie. In 2001, he was named one of the "35 under 35" people to watch in the business by The Hollywood Reporter.
Lieberman's production company re-formed as Mandeville Films and Television in 2002. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a mentor at the Producer's Guild of America.