Some of the greatest films of all time were created with the help of an amazing producer. Now, the man behind some of Hollywood's biggest names has passed away.
According to Page Six, Martin Bregman, producer of Al Pacino films “Serpico,” “Dog Day Afternoon,” “Scarface” and “Sea of Love,” died Saturday. He was 92.
Martin's wife has shared that Bregman passed away due to a cerebral hemorrhage. Please join us in praying for his family during this awful time. We ask for God's healing grace to surround them through his tragedy.
"Bregman, who discovered Pacino in an Off-Broadway play, was the personal and business manager not only for Pacino and Alan Alda but also at various times for Barbra Streisand, Woody Allen, Faye Dunaway, Candice Bergen and Bette Midler," reported Page Six.
Martin originally held a job as an insurance agent before entering into Hollywood. He started in show business as nightclub agent and then worked his way into being a personal manager for actors.
"Other notable films Bregman produced include 1999 thriller 'The Bone Collector,' starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie, and the disastrous 2002 sci-fi comedy 'The Adventures of Pluto Nash,' starring Eddie Murphy," reported Page Six.
He is survived by his wife and their three children. The couple was married over 35 years.
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