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Andrew Miano partnered with Paul and Chris Weitz in their production company Depth of Field in 1999 after having worked at the William Morris Agency for several years.
He was producer of one of 2009’s most acclaimed films, Tom Ford’s A Single Man. The movie world-premiered at the Venice International Film Festival, where Colin Firth won the Best Actor award for his unforgettable performance; the actor would go on to win a BAFTA Award and earn Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, and Academy Award nominations. Julianne Moore received Critics’ Choice and Golden Globe Award nominations for her performance. A Single Man was cited by the American Film Institute as one of its Movies of the Year.
Mr. Miano’s other movies as producer include Peter Sollett’s Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings; and Paul Weitz’s Being Flynn, American Dreamz, and Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant. He was executive producer on Paul Weitz’s In Good Company and Little Fockers; and on Chris Weitz’s The Golden Compass, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig, which grossed nearly $400 million worldwide.
Upcoming Depth of Field projects include the feature adaptation of The Game, by bestselling author Neil Strauss.
Mr. Miano’s television producing credits include the comedy series Off Centre.