TIM MOORE (Executive Producer & Unit Production Manager) has overseen the physical production of Clint Eastwood’s last four films: Mystic River, which earned six Oscar® nominations, including one for Best Picture; Million Dollar Baby, which won four Academy Awards®, including Best Picture; and the dual World War II epics Flags of Our Fathers and the award-winning Letters From Iwo Jima, which was also Oscar®-nominated for Best Picture. Moore also served as the co-producer on Flags of Our Fathers and Letters From Iwo Jima. He most recently served as co-producer on Alison Eastwood’s directorial debut, Rails & Ties.
Moore has also worked several times with director Rowdy Herrington over the last two decades, most recently producing the ESPY-nominated biopic Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius. Their earlier collaborations include the films A Murder of Crows, Road House and Jack’s Back.
Moore’s additional producing credits include Steve Buscemi’s Animal Factory, starring Willem Dafoe, and Arne Glimcher’s The White River Kid. For television, Moore was the production manager on the telefilm Semper Fi and produced the telefilm Stolen From the Heart.
Before starting his film career, Moore attended UCLA, where he met fraternity brother John Shepherd. The two have gone on to produce four independent features together: Eye of the Storm, The Ride, The Climb and Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius.
Moore and his wife, Bobbe, are actively engaged in a number of animal rescue organizations.