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Dan Ireland Net Worth 2016 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight

Dan Ireland Net Worth

Dan Ireland made money by Producers niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Dan Ireland earned $50 Million. Exact sum is $50000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: May 11, 1958
Birth place: Vancouver, Canada
Profession: Producer, Director, Actor
Awards: Golden Calf Culture Prize, American Independent Filmmaker Award Special Jury Prize
Nominations: Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize – U.S. Dramatic


Dan Ireland Net Worth
Dan Ireland Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Dan Ireland
Dan Ireland is a film director, producer and co-founder of the Seattle International Film Festival. Dan Ireland began his career in 1976 by co-founding and running the Seattle International Film Festival from 1975-1986. Both Ireland and Macdonald immigrated from Vancouver in their late teens to take on the task of creating the festival, and opening a first run art theatre, The Egyptian. During his tenure he was responsible for co-booking the prolific World Premieres the festival launched, including Joel and Ethan Coens Blood Simple, Richard Rushs The Stuntman, Irwin Kirshners The Empire Strikes Back, Ridley Scotts Alien, Tobe Hoopers Poltergeist, Marek Kanevskas Another Country, Carl Franklins One False Move, and the American Premieres of George Millers The Road Warrior, Alan Rudolphs Choose Me, Hector Babancos Kiss Of The Spider Woman, Akira Kurosawas Ran, Paul Verhoevens Soldier of Orange, Spetters and The Fourth Man. In 1983 Ireland was awarded the coveted Golden Calf Award for his contribution to advancing Dutch Films in the United States. His friendship with director Verhoeven helped save the distribution in America for the directors breakthrough US film, the World War II saga, Soldier of Orange. In 1986, Ireland moved to Los Angeles to become the head of Film Acquisition for Vestron Pictures. During his three years tenure he Executive Produced such projects as John Hustons final film, The Dead, Bernard Roses Paperhouse, and three of Ken Russells best films of the 80s, Salomes Last Dance, Lair Of The White Worm, and D.H. Lawrences The Rainbow. Other notable films Ireland acquired during his time at Vestron include the Terry Jones sex comedy, Personal Services, Julian Temples Earth Girls Are Easy, and Yurek Bogayeviczs Anna, starring Sally Kirkland, who went on to win a Golden Globe for her performance, and an Academy Р™