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Andrew Gunn (born July 15, 1969) is a Canadian film producer. His production company, Gunn Films, was started in 2001. He has worked with Walt Disney Pictures to produce movies such as Freaky Friday and Sky High . Gunn was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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Gunn is one of the founders of Solstice Studios, based in Los Angeles. [1]

He is not related to James Gunn.

Filmography (producer)

He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.

Film

YearFilmCredit
1996 Eddie Co-producer
2002 The Country Bears
2003 Freaky Friday
The Haunted Mansion
2005 Sky High
2008 College Road Trip
Bedtime Stories
2009 Race to Witch Mountain
2016 Bad Santa 2
2020 Unhinged
2021 Cruella
As an actor
YearFilmRole
1987 The Gate Brad
2018CollusionsPolice Officer #1

Television

YearTitleCreditNotes
2008 Minutemen Executive producerTelevision film
As an actor
YearTitleRoleNotes
1983 Juliet Bravo Walter Cadwell
1985My Father, My RivalKellyTelevision film
1988 War of the Worlds College Boy #2
As writer
YearTitle
2003 Freaky

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References

  1. D'Alessandro, Anthony (October 2, 2018). "Mark Gill, Andrew Gunn, Guy Botham & Vincent Bruzzese Launch Solstice Studios; Teams With Ingenious Media On Theatrical Releases". Deadline Hollywood . Retrieved May 8, 2019.