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Matt Tolmach speaking at the 2012 WonderCon in Anaheim, California.
Born
Matthew Tolmach

1964 (age 5556)
NationalityUnited States
EducationBeloit College
OccupationFilm producer
Spouse(s)Paige Goldberg
Parent(s)Judith Jaffe Tolmach Silber
Family Sam Jaffe (grandfather)
Adeline Schulberg (great-aunt)
B.P. Schulberg (great-uncle)

Matthew Tolmach (born 1964) [1] is an American film producer and former co-president of production at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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Biography

Tolmach first became interested in film after hearing stories from his grandfather, producer and film executive Sam Jaffe. [1] He is of Jewish descent. After moving to Los Angeles, he landed a job with Frank Marshall to make a documentary about Lance Armstrong that was directed by Alex Gibney. [1] In 2008, he was named co-president of production at Sony Pictures Entertainment with Doug Belgrad (whom he had been working with since 2003) where he managed the Spider-Man franchise. [1] [2] [3] In 2010, he left Sony Pictures Entertainment to produce the next installment of Spider-Man . [2] [3] Belgrad was named as sole president of the studio and Hanna Minghella was named president of production. [2] [3]

Personal life

Tolmach is married to director Paige Goldberg. [4] and has one child

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleProduction companyDistributorNotes
1993 Money for Nothing Producer Hollywood Pictures Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
1995 Coldblooded Producer PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Propaganda Films
IRS Media
2012 The Amazing Spider-Man Producer Columbia Pictures
Marvel Entertainment
Laura Ziskin Productions
Arad Productions, Inc.
Matt Tolmach Productions
Sony Pictures Releasing
2013 The Armstrong Lie Producer Kennedy/Marshall Productions
Jigsaw Productions
Matt Tolmach Productions
Sony Pictures Classics
2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Entertainment
Arad Productions, Inc.
Matt Tolmach Productions
Sony Pictures Releasing
2015 Freaks of Nature ProducerColumbia Pictures
LStar Capital
2016 Sausage Party Columbia Pictures
Annapurna Pictures
Point Grey Pictures
Nitrogen Studios
Special thanks
2017 Rough Night ProducerColumbia Pictures
LStar Capital
Matt Tolmach Productions
Paulilu Productions
Spider-Man: Homecoming Executive ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Studios
Pascal Pictures
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ProducerColumbia Pictures
Matt Tolmach Productions
Seven Bucks Productions
Radar Pictures
2018 Venom ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Entertainment
Tencent Pictures
Arad Productions, Inc.
Matt Tolmach Productions
Pascal Pictures
2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home Executive ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Studios
Pascal Pictures
Jumanji: The Next Level ProducerColumbia Pictures
Matt Tolmach Productions
Seven Bucks Productions
Radar Pictures
2020 Morbius ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Entertainment
Arad Productions, Inc.
Matt Tolmach Productions
Upcoming
Venom 2 ProducerColumbia Pictures
Marvel Entertainment
Arad Productions, Inc.
Matt Tolmach Productions
TBA The Rosie Project Producer TriStar Pictures

Television

TitleRoleFirst airedLast airedSeasonEpisode(s)Co-productionNetworkNotes
Future Man Executive producerNovember 14, 2017Present 2 26 Point Grey Television
Matt Tolmach Productions
Turkeyfoot Productions
Sony Pictures Television
Hulu

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 Deadline: "Matt Tolmach Discusses Exit As Sony Pics Prez And Segue To Producing 'Spider-Man'" by Mike Fleming Jr October 29, 2010
  2. 1 2 3 Borys Kit Matt Tolmach Steps Down From Columbia Pictures to Produce Spider-Man hollywoodreporter.com, Retrieved on November 27, 2013
  3. 1 2 3 "Longtime Columbia Pictures Chiefs Matt Tolmach And Doug Belgrad Transition Into New Roles". Moviecitynews.com. Retrieved November 27, 2013.
  4. Deadline: "‘What Haunts Us’ Documentary Director On Sexual Predators: “We Can Stop This From Happening”" by Anita Busch October 23, 2017